Transit Issues

Monday, Dec. 17, 2012


Refunds available for lost or stolen MetroCards

If your MetroCard has been lost or stolen, you can now go directly to the MTA’s website to speed up the process of getting it restored. Comment

Sunday, Dec. 16, 2012


JetBlue terminal to expand

An arm of the New York City Economic Development Corp. Tuesday approved the sale of close to $200 million in tax-exempt bonds to help JetBlue build an expansion to its Terminal 5 at John F. Kennedy International Airport. Comment

Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012


Transit group selects Q58 bus as boro’s slowest to win award

The slowest bus in Queens is the Q58, which averages 7 miles an hour, but that is speeding when compared to the winners, which creep along Manhattan crosstown routes. Comment

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MTA sells goods to benefit storm-scarred Rockaways

A revived train line helping the Rockaways stay mobile is also generating cash to fund relief efforts for the peninsula this holiday season. Comment

Friday, Dec. 14, 2012


Rally against FAA’s flight path

I have read that the Federal Aviation Administration plans to implement its plan to change departure procedures from LaGuardia Airport. This means a constant stream of aircraft will continue coming over our homes in northeast Queens. The FAA has been “testing” the changes during the past six months and everyone has noticed the dramatic increase in noise and air pollution. Comment

Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012


Amtrak repairs restore rush-hour LIRR trains

It took less than two weeks for Amtrak to live up to its promise and expedite repairs on its East River tunnels, putting the Long Island Rail Road back on track with full peak service before the holiday rush. Comment

Electeds denounce FAA flight plans

After a six-month period in which the Federal Aviation Administration tested controversial changes in departure procedures at LaGuardia Airport, one northeast Queens lawmaker said the agency has committed to implementing the plan. Comments (5)

Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012


2-year work to begin on Bronx-Whitestone exit

The 3rd Avenue exit, the last exit in Queens before entering onto the Bronx-bound Bronx-Whitestone Bridge, will be closed to all traffic beginning Jan. 7 as part of a $109 million reconstruction of the bridge’s Queens approach, the MTA said. Comments (8)

Monday, April 30, 2012


Flushing irate at 7 train hiatus

The Flushing community began its annual refrain Tuesday of denouncing the state’s plan to perform No. 7 train maintenance during Lunar New Year celebrations even though the transit authority calls off its crews for larger holidays. Comment

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