The Rockaways
































I went to the Dr in Bayside for 12 years where the did fraud Medicare and Medicaid and I couldn't see my psychiatrist which I was seeing that long due to this and his name was not on the list it was his brothers office and he have his own office in Westchester and he said I can't bill here anymore only at my office you would have to pay to see me here. They just messed everything up for everyone for being greedy for money and it's always the Drs that's from out of the country that do these things smh

They'll end up with a slap on the wrist. Even if they end up doing some jail time, it will be in a minimum security cushy Federal Penn.




It's a common sense bill: The Rockaways are deserving to get financial relief from decades of tolling within Queens.











How do malba and whitestone not make the list?



This summer could determine the date of the Rockaway Beach Branch between Queensrail and Queensway. There will be plenty of winners and plenty of losers.





I can't believe it how much has quickly changed since the Q52/Q53 SBS rolls around: More congestion, less local business, etc.








Select Bus Service: More like Select BS against the Queens Drivers. A catch-22, which is good for Straphangers and bad for drivers.

The Ghost of Robert Moses has struck again.





Another major arterial street bites the dust to the claws of Select BS.

Loss of parking spaces, loss of revenue for small businesses, increased gridlock, more double parking, more safety problems: It's inevitable.





Sandy gives a major wakeup call to the MTA by be adaptively resilient to future storms.








Implementation: Going to happen anyway; Major construction: Uncertain because of the Trump Administration.










Hold the phone, folks. If I understand the law correctly, the parking of commercial vehicles on city streets (including trucks, taxis, etc., especially overnight, is ILLEGAL. Just because it's not regularly enforced, doesn't make it any more permissable.











To all constituents along the RBBL, if either your City Council member, your Mayor, your state Assembly member, your state senator, your governor, or your U.S. representative doesn't support Queensrail, vote them out through the strength of numbers thanks to large turnout, by targeting them. Do it towards your city elected officials this year and your state and federal elected officials next year.






















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