Keep picking these ass saggin pants wearing low lives as your boyfriends.

NYAR President James Bonner asserts that NYAR is a "good neighbor" that "...follows all applicable laws and regulations and will continue to do so." Why then on April 9, 2018, did the MTA write to Senator Joe Addabbo, Assemblyman Mike Miller, and Assemblywoman Cathy Nolan, saying that if allegations now being tried in a court of law and investigated (at the request of the LIRR Committee and MTA Office of the Inspector General) by the NYS Department of Labor and other agencies are "proven to be true" they "call into question the business integrity of NYAR and whether it should be permitted to continue providing rail freight services over LIRR's network." Tell it to the judge, Mr. Bonner.

The MTA New York City Subway: The easiest place to commit suicide.

Who is this woman? I have been searching for my daughter for 4 years and she lives in Queens. She is 30 years old. She is suicidal.

And now we have an unreliable B54 bus to deal with.

She was unaware that she had hit anybody???? Really???

After a couple of years of major citywide advocacy by one organization and several years of policy by another organization, Fair Fares becomes a reality. I'm so proud.

And now people don't shop on Myrtle Ave anymore because there are only few stores worth buying there. The rest are 99 cent stores in every blocks. Thanks to restricting the building heights and no parking in the area. This neighborhood will not grow. There will be just same people in the neighborhood walking around. No one else from different neighborhoods come to shop here.

The L train shutdown could be the biggest challenge they will ever be undertaking since it's inception in 1968.

What is she talking about. The building is not vacant. They don't have any unit for rent. Land is not cheap in NY and you can't afford it then move to other states.

Both the city and the state should pay half and half of the fast forward plan, since the city owns the streets and the subway while the state operates the subways and the buses. Both congestion pricing and a Millionaire's Tax are a permanent ways to go for the reliable sources of funding for the next decade and beyond.

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