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Transportation Nation gives us an update on the subway, train, and airport service, and the reopening of roads in the New York area.
Anyone clear on why every gas station in Brooklyn stopped dispensing fuel? Is it to gouge us later or is it a government directive? There are few other explanations.
Gas station at the corner of Utica and Rutland Rd near Crown Heights - line goes around the block and down E 49th Street making 49th impassable - probably until the station has no more gas.
The 5 train was NOT running this morning.
Lenny, I and thousands of others bike all year round -- cold is not an issue with good gloves and socks. Your body is an incredible heat generator. Try it sometime, and stop pooh-poohing bicycling, as you tend to do!
Transportation nation had the 5 train running today, but that was wrong this morning.
No mention of getting around by bike! Doesn't this mode make the most sense? Thousands are going it -- don't they exist?
Can you please tell us how late into the evening the buses go back to Brooklyn?
Please confirm whether or not the 'F' train is running between Queens and Manhattan.
Please tell the people who decide to make the Brooklyn-Manhattan bridges part of their JOGGING route right now (while subways are out) to get the hell off the bridges!! The crossings are already treacherous enough when they are not overflowing with spaced-out hipsters on bicycles and regular pedestrians. But joggers darting in and out of the BIKE lanes are just the icing on the cake. What are they thinking??
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