It’s safe to say that the majority of us would assume that pooping on subways and busses is not allowed.
However, NYC’s MTA (Metropolitan Transportation Authority) was “slated to formally ban defecating on its subways, buses and transit facilities during its meeting“, according to the New York Post. Continue reading Pooping To Be Officially Banned By NYC MTA On Buses & Subways
The NYC subway system is one of the largest in the world. There are over 470 stations located around the five boroughs. For $2.75, it’s pretty amazing how far you can travel.
Another nice things about the NYC subway is that it runs for 24 hours per day or at least it did until now… Continue reading NYC Subway System Will No Longer Run 24 Hours/ Day During Pandemic
Last month I shared news of a proposed change to the NYC subway which could end 24/7 service. This was just an idea and is not likely to happen.
While ending 24/7 service would be seen as a negative change by many, the new year saw a big positive at NYC subway stations. Continue reading The New Year Brings This Big Improvement To NYC Subway Stations
Last week I wrote about how NYC subway and bus fares could be going up.
The decision has been made and the fares will be going up however, the increase isn’t overly obvious until you look a little deeper at what’s going to change. Continue reading NYC Subway & Bus Fares Are Going Up
Last month I wrote about Uber offering a very nice deal for stranded L train passengers in New York City.
Due to the MTA shutting down the L train for 5 weekends, Uber has been offering $5 flat rate UberPool rides along the line from NYC to Williamsburg in Brooklyn during these dates.
Uber says that “thousands of people have taken advantage of $5 UberPool flat rates between Williamsburg and Manhattan“. Continue reading NYC L Train Shutdown, UberPool Lowers Prices to $2.75