What’s in store for the state of public transportation in New York City?  With how fast things happen, it is hard to say.
What we do know is that 2009 is likely to be the most dramatic we’ve seen in decades.  The MTA is litterally falling apart with over a billion dollars in budget deficits.  Even [...]

Well, in case you missed it (as most New Yorkers did), Sheldon Silver won the Democratic primary for Assembly Speaker.
Since he out spent his opponents 2 to 1, he managed to secure most of the little votes that were actually cast.
Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver is the poster boy for Albany dysfunction, the senior leader of [...]

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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