So apparently, the engineers at the MTA have been trying to wrap their heads around an enormously pressing issue.
Yes folks, the issue we speak of is (cue drum-roll): Gum on the floors.
Apparently, concrete is much harder to clean than granite tile.  However, concrete is much less expensive to install.  According to WCBS, a concrete train [...]

Holy Construction

Posted on January 27th, 2008 by The SUBWAYblogger in Weekend

Wow was there a lot of construction on the tracks this weekend!
Saturday, I thought I would run out to do some shopping.  I needed some new clothes and shoes, so I thought I’d head down to the Herald Square area to cruise the stores.
An hour later, I finally made it.  Normally, that trip would have [...]

Has there been an insane amount of transit failures this week, or is it me?
There was Tuesday’s insanity, with what was first reported as a train derailment.  Turns out to have been a fairly massive mechanical failure.
Then, there was today’s crap on the 1, 2, and 3 line.  Still don’t know what the hell that [...]

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