Due to a complete cluster f*ck of the MTA financial systems, the Daily News reports that the MTA has drawn up plans to shut down the W and Z lines as well as turn the J into a local train.
These plans are not official, but they seem like they’ll have to be put into place.
Additionally, [...]

Expanding SUBWAYblogger?

Posted on June 25th, 2008 by The SUBWAYblogger in Uncategorized

So we have been kicking around the idea of expanding SUBWAYblogger to include other cities around the country and around the world.  However, we would keep each city separate.
SUBWAYblogger.com would remain the New York City portal.  However we would create additional subsites.  For example:
dc.subwayblogger.com
boston.subwayblogger.com
london.subwayblogger.com
etc.
In essence, a network of SUBWAYblogger sites would be created, but you [...]

New NYC Subway Fares

Posted on March 2nd, 2008 by The SUBWAYblogger in This just in

If you went to the MetroCard machine today to buy a new monthly card and felt an odd sensation in your rear, that was the MTA raping you.
Ok, perhaps a bit strong, but the point remains the same.
The new fare increase kicks in today.  That means your $76 monthly card just jumped to $81.00.  Meanwhile, [...]

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