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Comptroller Scott Stringer, NYC Comptroller, MTA, Subway service, subway delays, overcrowding, Brooklyn Reader, Brooklyn Subway Service, subway infrastructure

Comptroller Stringer Releases Report on the Cost of MTA Delays

  Survey reveals that subway delays particularly affect residents in lower-income communities, impacting riders' financial security and personal lives  Photo credit: New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer released on Sunday a report highlighting the effects of subway ...

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Protesters Offer Free Swipes for Crown Heights Commuters

  This past Tuesday hundreds of Crown Heights commuters were given free Metrocard swipes in protest of the New York City's aggressive fare beater policies. According to a recent report, the protesters represent the Police Reform Organizing Project (PROP), a political ...

Audit Report Shows Access-A-Ride Program Failed Disabled Riders

For the average New York citizen, the transportation options seem plentiful and fairly effective.  Despite consistent efforts to make the Metropolitan Transportation Authority an all-inclusive public offering, certain individuals with disabilities or handicaps are often left behind.  The addition of elevators ...

Express F Train Service Planned for Summer Trial and Beyond

Amid looming curiosity about decisions made by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Brooklyn riders are getting a jolt of hope as plans to restore express service to the F train are being released.  According to a recent article, the expansive transportation system ...

Wabi-Sabi: Artistic Imperfections in Brooklyn

Layer upon layer of poster art in a Brooklyn subway (Photo by Sotero Bernal) "The Art of Seeing" by Michael Milton I love decay.  Venetian style decay.  Parthenon style decay.  Even Havanna style decay. I’m not ...

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