Today’s Headlines

  • As More Riders Cram Onto Subways, the Less Satisfied They Are With Service (News, AMNY)
  • Crowding Delayed More Than 20,000 Trains in September (AMNY)
  • It Shouldn’t Take 50 Years to Install a Modern Signal System on the Subways (Politico)
  • Driver Kills 70-Year-Old Woman Near Her Home in Cypress Hills; No Charges (NewsPost)
  • Stunner: Storing Cars Matters More to Queens Community Board Bigs Than Housing People (Politico)
  • What Queens Commuters Will Get From Move NY Toll Reform (MTR)
  • Will the MTA Buy Buses With Smaller Blind Spots for Turning Drivers? (WNYC)
  • Levine to MTA: Opening Shuttered Subway Entrances Will Be Good for Business (Crain’s)
  • MTA Board Member Allen Cappelli All for Lower Commuter Railroad Fares for NYC Residents (News)
  • The Times Isn’t Impressed By Congress’s Transportation Bill
  • Damned Bike Lanes (Gothamist)

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