Update: He is a performance artist who goes by Black Pizza among other things. Go to 3:22 in this clip to see him ‘performing.’ I can only see four possible explanations for this. 1. Losing a terrible bet 2. Being a racist/terrible person. 3. Being mentally insane 4. Not being able to read and thinking […]
Yes, that’s Woody Allen throwing Stallone off the subway. Here’s the rest, via Gothamist:
Photo via Untappedcities The MTA expanded their underground Wifi coverage to 30 new stations today. Now let’s bring service over to Brooklyn! See a map by WNYC of the Wifi enabled stations below: – @joshmorrissey
photo via The Transportation Research Board in New York is recommending a new design for subways cars that opens up the middle areas for more standing room by removing seats and placing them at the far ends for longer distance commuters. From Wired: New York transit passengers prefer standing near a door to standing in […]
65-year old Yuri Modlikskiy enjoys staring at people in the NYC Subway because he wants to sketch them (not sketch them out). While people might not be asking him to draw them like one of his French girls, the response has been favorable in general. From NY Post: “For you, a present,” Modlikskiy said during […]
NYC subway riders thought they were only getting a one sax show from Zach Mayer until Sapphire Adizes jumped up and took him to battle. Watch them duel through
The people have been heard! The MTA announced they will be conducting a complete review of the G train line. I know that doesn’t necessarily mean they have to made changes, but when they reviewed the L in 2011 it resulted in a service increase. From NY Daily News: “We certainly know where a lot […]
Grassroots group Riders Alliance and State Senators Martin Dilan and Daniel Squadron are holding a rally at the Metropolitan G stop at 1pm this Sunday to increase G train frequency. From DNAinfo: “As the neighborhoods surrounding the G train continue to grow, it’s vital that their lifeline grow with them,” Squadron said of the cross-Brooklyn […]
Rejoice north Brooklynites, the L train is back! In case you’re wondering what kind of work goes into restoring a subway line, the MTA released this video on Wednesday of its crews hard at work. More on the video over at Gizmodo.
The L train is back, according to MTA CEO and Chairman Joe Lhota’s personal Twitter feed. The line had been closed for more than a week due to Hurricane Sandy. Trains are running once every ten minutes according to @MTAInsider. Service resumed on the G train yesterday morning.