by John Del Signore in News on May 16, 2019 5:09 pm fullscreen close Like a mystical Stargate beckoning humankind into a spectacular new dimension or a fragrant Auntie Anne's, a new entrance coming to Penn Station next year will welcome weary explorers straight down to the Long Island Railroad concourse. Located at the corner of 33rd Street and 7th … [Read more...] about Renderings Reveal New Portal To Penn Station Opening In 2020
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by Jen Chung in News on Dec 25, 2018 11:00 am (NYPD Special Ops) Birds of prey are majestic creatures, feasting on all sorts of small animals to keep our urban ecosystem in balance. And apparently they are taking their hunting to the next logical frontier: Transit hubs. The NYPD Special Operations unit Tweeted a photograph of a red-shouldered hawk found at … [Read more...] about Predator At Penn Station: Red-Shouldered Hawk Found At Transit Hellhole
by Jen Chung in News on Nov 12, 2018 9:46 am Photograph of a local platform at Penn Station by Redfishingboat (Mick O) An elderly man who fled the Nazis and became a noted psychology scholar died from injuries he sustained after being pushed by a rushing subway rider at Penn Station. His widow told the Post, "He died because of that [subway rider]. I … [Read more...] about 89-Year-Old Man Dies After Being Shoved By Subway Rider At Penn Station
by Jake Offenhartz in News on Sep 7, 2018 9:34 am fullscreen close Within the last few days, Governor Andrew Cuomo has broken ground on a "historic" bit of Long Island Railroad track, divulged to an editorial board that he plans to "accelerate" the long-delayed East Side Access mega-project, and demonstrated the sturdiness of a new bridge span by … [Read more...] about Wow, Cuomo Announces Glorious New Penn Station Entrance Days Before Primary!
by Madeleine Crenshaw in News on Jun 29, 2018 4:25 pm (Madeleine Crenshaw/ Gothamist) You're one step closer to simply flicking your subcutaneous RFID hand implant in the general direction of a subway scanner/data harvester and gliding aboard a high-speed MTA monorail to the stars. The MTA will begin a gradual four-year phase out of the MetroCard next year, … [Read more...] about Contactless Subway Turnstiles Are Here! (Well, Sort Of)