Short-term disruption; Long-term improvements.

By the end of this century, every subway station will have elevators: What a shame.

And what if you are on a fixed income, like Social Security? Does that mean that you are ineligible? There is no way you can reach the minimum income level.

At this rate, it will take several decades and several billions of dollars in our own money to make the entire subway system ADA accessible.

whenever major construction projects are planned, accessibility should be at the top of the list. A world class city should have the best accessibility. Shame on planners for their short sightedness in neglecting plans to upgrade now when during construction would be the most cost effective time to install accessible entry/exit.

Make all of the renovated stations ADA accessible. Oh yeah, the MTA can't because they're broke.

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Why I deserve a trip to Cancun: Although I love Astoria very much, it\'s always nice to get away for a bit! And when I leave, I always appreciate coming back even more :o)

Why I deserve a Cancun trip: Recently I lost my editorial job after seven years with a company. It has been a very stressful time. My boyfriend is also in the academy for the FDNY and we can\'t really afford a much-needed trip on our own.

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