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A Train to the Rockaways To Roll Again May 30
... the New York City subway system and begin the planning process to fortify the region’s mass transit network. Governor Cuomo also announced that service on the storm-damaged Rockaway line of...
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The ‘new music’ you won’t hear on the radio
... Queens. In the rest of the city on any given night, you can go listen to music in Manhattan or Brooklyn but you can never do that here, which is where the idea for the festival came about.” The...
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Nathan Tankus: The Transit Coup – How Robber Baro...
... subsidy of course) by businessmen attracted by the possibility of huge crowds of customers. Transit in New York City was no different. By the 1920′s the two privately owned subway lines were...
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Goodman: Seek best of both worlds with the Queens...
... achieved by using the Queens right of way for a modern, context-sensitive, grade-separated bus rapid transit service with connections to area bus and rail lines, including Metropolitan Avenue,...
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Metropolitan Council Approves LTR Between Mpls an...
Metropolitan Council Approves LTR Between Mpls and Brooklyn Park The Metropolitan Council approved light rail for the 13-mile Bottineau Transitway between Minneapolis and Brooklyn Park...
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