Transit Issues

Wednesday, June 5, 2013


Queens Tomorrow: LIRR headed to Grand Central

Queens commuters have long heard that the East Side Access project will revolutionize their travels, but they won’t have to wait until its debut to reap some of the benefits. Comments (2)

Monday, June 3, 2013


Fix buses in the Rockaways

I was waiting for a bus Thursday, May 9, at Liberty Avenue going southbound towards Rockaway at 8:58 am. Comments (1)

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Friday, May 31, 2013

Springfield Gardens

Delta opens expanded Terminal 4 at Kennedy

Delta celebrated one of its largest investments in the metropolitan area last week when the company cut the ribbon on the $1.2 billion first phase of the expansion of JFK’s Terminal 4, and the airline has more in store. Comments (2)
Rockaway Park

A train, weekend ferries come to the Rockaways

With the return of the A train, Mayor Michael Bloomberg has also announced an extension of ferry service as the Rockaways edge toward recovery from Hurricane Sandy. He also said weekend ferry service in the Rockaways would start July 4. Comment

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Rockaway Beach

A train returns to the Rockaways

After a seven-month suspension of A train service to and from the Rockaway peninsula, the subway has started running on its full line again – and transit officials commemorated the occasion in style Thursday. Comment

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Long Island City SUMMER FUN

Bicyclists hit the road all across the borough

Biking in Queens offers something for every person. The health-conscious, the practical and the adventurous will all find what they are looking for on the streets of the city’s most expansive borough. Comment

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Rockaway Park

Rockaway ferry to operate through Labor Day: Bloomberg

Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced Tuesday the Rockaway ferry, filling in for the hurricane-damaged transit system, will operate for at least six more weeks and possibly through Labor Day. Comments (1)

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