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Lunchbox; A New Kind Of Ferry

Lunchbox; A New Kind Of Ferry

Ferry’s run through the Hudson river, or through the waters near Liberty Island all day and everyday in NYC. Now a new kind of ferry is embarking all over the city as the “Lunchbox” ferries arrived at Pier 1 in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Mayor Bill de Blasio was at the site to welcome the new...

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United CEO Responds to Outrage Following Overbooked Flight Drama

United CEO Responds to Outrage Following Overbooked Flight Drama

This past Sunday, an overbooked flight sparked strong reactions after the violent manner it was dealt with. In a United Airlines flight, the airline told passenger, after they had boarded the aircraft, that they would need four seats on the full flight to be given up so they could be used by United employees. The...

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MTA Rushes to Meet Second Ave Subway Deadline

MTA Rushes to Meet Second Ave Subway Deadline

Workers are scrambling to complete Manhattan’s highly anticipated Second Avenue subway by the end-of-year deadline. At a meeting on Monday, Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials did not offer an exact opening date. With less than three weeks until the deadline, the pressure is on for MTA to deliver on its promise. On its website, MTA promises that...

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Protesters Congregate on George Washington Bridge

Protesters Congregate on George Washington Bridge

Traffic came to a dead stop on the George Washington Bridge on Wednesday when immigrant rights protesters blocked four inbound lanes. Seven men and three women chained themselves together on the bridge’s upper level around 8:15 a.m. As a result, drivers entering Manhattan were delayed for more than an hour. Some drivers got out of...

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Long Island Railroad Train Derails and leaves 33 Injured

Long Island Railroad Train Derails and leaves 33 Injured

A Long Island Railroad train heading eastbound derailed on Saturday night after sideswiping a maintenance train that was traveling in the same direction. Approximately 600 passengers were aboard the train at the time of the incident. The first three cars of the 12-car passenger train derailed about a half a mile from the New Hyde Park...