Jackson Heights













Hey Mr. Peralta now you can drive yellow cabs. Plenty of free time now crook.



































How about increasing service to those lines that are already overcrowded? It's nice to invite riders to use the buses, but let's serve the riders who are already there.

ARE YOU KIDDING, I mean this is crappy Jackson Heights, but I am sure some sucker will pay this outrageous price for a two bedroom co-op.






Improving public convenience, health and safety for their customers and their residents are the number one priorities for the MTA to consider.

During the era of massive commerical and residential development in Queens, I'm not surprised that there are an increase in service for these two particular bus routes, especially during off-peak hours. It's just the beginning.

Of course maintaining our own national public transportation infrastructure is one of the hot buttoned political campaign issues right now.
























Funding public transit is a hot button issue during the NYS election these days.








These business owners don't want join BID because they say it's expensive. Now they cry about cleaning up the traffic.





Even before our public transportation savior Andy Byford showed up to reform the MTA, the MTA shouldn't finish the CBTC signal system along the 7 a few years ago.








Beauty Salons are a blight on communities not a source of public health information. Wow.


Jackson heights has tons of fruit and veg stores and has a decent amount of supermarkets. This is a ridiculous article

I don't buy this article - especially not the headline - at least for Jackson Heights. A high number of restaurants/fast-casual restaurants in an area does not necessarily mean that there is a lack of fresh options available. Jackson Heights has a ton of restaurants - and a ton of grocery stores. Sure, the ratio of restaurants to grocery stores might be higher than in other neighborhoods, but that is likely due to the very high number of restaurants - not a lack of access to healthy food. There are absolutely food deserts but this is not one of them.



A turning point to say the least: How hypocritical.



















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