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Track Maintenance - Trains Rerouted (2)

2023.05.27 05:15 borkmaster0 Track Maintenance - Trains Rerouted (2)

No 2 between Chambers St, Manhattan and Flatbush Av, Brooklyn. In the Bronx, 5 replaces 2 between E 180 St and Wakefield-241 St from May 26 - 30, Fri 11:30 PM to Tue 5:00 AM (includes Memorial Day)
2 trains run between Eastchester-Dyre Av 5 station and 34 St-Penn Station and via the 1 local to/from South Ferry, every 12 minutes days and evenings.
5 runs between Wakefield-241 St (2) station and Flatbush Av-Brooklyn College, express in Manhattan and local in Brooklyn.
Travel Alternatives:
Key transfer stations:
~Request a GO Ticket for a free out-of-system transfer between South Ferry (1, 2) and Bowling Green (4, 5).
*NQ trains run via the R in Lower Manhattan during this time.
What's happening?
Track maintenance
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2023.05.27 03:30 borkmaster0 Track Maintenance - Stop Skipped (4, 5)

In the Bronx, uptown 4, 5 skips 138 St-Grand Concourse from May 26 - 29, Fri 9:45 PM to Mon 5:00 AM
For service to this station, take the 4 or 5 to 149 St-Grand Concourse and transfer to a downtown 4 or 5.
For service from this station, take the 4 or 5 to 125 St and transfer to an uptown 4 or 5.
What's happening?
Track maintenance
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2023.05.25 21:31 TimidGiant_ Moving to NYC

Hi everyone, I am a South Asian moving to NY for the first time for my internal medicine residency. I am looking for apartments and have been on a couple of virtual tours. I am considering either Harlem or Bronx to live as it is near my work place. I would need to walk a couple of blocks to get to my bus stop. I found two apartments, one near Striver's row in Central Harlem and another in Sheridan Avenue in 164th street in Bronx. As a complete noob to NYC and easily intimidated single brown woman, which would be a better option? The rent and other amenities are comparable. Which areas in Harlem would you recommend? How safe is Yankee stadium and Concourse in Bronx?
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2023.05.25 15:49 TimidGiant_ Moving to NY

Hi everyone, I am a South Asian moving to NY for the first time for my internal medicine residency. I am looking for apartments and have been on a couple of virtual tours. I am considering either Harlem or Bronx to live as it is near my work place. I would need to walk a couple of blocks to get to my bus stop. I found two apartments, one near Striver's row in Central Harlem and another in Sheridan Avenue in 164th street in Bronx. As a complete noob to NYC and easily intimidated single brown woman, which would be a better option? The rent and other amenities are comparable. Which areas in Harlem would you recommend? How safe is Yankee stadium and Concourse in Bronx?
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2023.05.20 03:30 borkmaster0 Accessibility Improvements - Stop Skipped (4)

In the Bronx, Manhattan-bound 4 skips 138 St-Grand Concourse from May 19 - 22, Fri 9:45 PM to Mon 5:00 AM
Days and evenings take the 5 instead. Transfer between trains at 125 St or 149 St-Grand Concourse.
Overnight:
What's happening?
We're making accessibility improvements
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2023.05.17 16:41 richarizard Cool Things to Do in NYC: June 2023 Edition

As I wrapped up May’s "Things to Do" post, I told myself, “Okay, that was fun. I’m done now.”
And I was done. But then u/Beautiful_Ad_ asked for June. It always amazes me how tiny interactions can grow into full-blown undertakings. Apparently one brief message at the right time was the motivation I needed for one more month. So to you, internet stranger: I hope these help you plan your trip. What can I say; these are fun for me to make.
Every time I compile these lists, I wind up with a bunch of events that don't make the final cut. So for this month, I offer a few honorable mentions, separate from my list where I match exactly one event per day of the month:
Before going anywhere, please confirm the date, time, and location using the listed website. Any event is at risk of being rescheduled, relocated, canceled, sold out, or at capacity. I try to vet quality, but I may misjudge, and heaven knows all events are not for all people. Some events require advance registration, and if you are visiting NYC, you should double-check how long it will take to get to the venue. Now on to the list!

Thursday, June 1
Friday, June 2
Saturday, June 3
Sunday, June 4
Monday, June 5
Tuesday, June 6
Wednesday, June 7
Thursday, June 8
Friday, June 9
Saturday, June 10
Sunday, June 11
Monday, June 12
Tuesday, June 13
Wednesday, June 14
Thursday, June 15
Friday, June 16
Saturday, June 17
Sunday, June 18
Monday, June 19
Tuesday, June 20
Wednesday, June 21
Thursday, June 22
Friday, June 23
Saturday, June 24
Sunday, June 25
Monday, June 26
Tuesday, June 27
Wednesday, June 28
Thursday, June 29
Friday, June 30
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2023.05.17 16:33 borkmaster0 Signal Maintenance - Local to Express (2, 5)

In the Bronx, uptown 2, 5 skips Jackson Av, Prospect Av, Intervale Av, Simpson St, Freeman St, 174 St and West Farms Sq-E Tremont Av on May 17, Wednesday, 10:45 AM to 3:30 PM
For service to these stations, take the 2 or 5 to E 180 St and transfer to a Flatbush Av-bound 2 or 5.
For service from these stations, take the 2 or 5 to 149 St-Grand Concourse and transfer to an uptown 2 or 5.
Travel tip:
What's happening?
Signal maintenance
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2023.05.16 15:30 borkmaster0 Track Maintenance - Stops Skipped (4)

In the Bronx, Crown Hts-bound 4 skips 176 St, Mt Eden Av, 170 St, 167 St and 161 St-Yankee Stadium from May 16, 18, and 19, Tue, Thu, and Fri, 9:45 AM to 3:30 PM
For service to these stations, take the 4 to 149 St-Grand Concourse and transfer to a Woodlawn-bound 4.
For service from these stations, take the 4 to Burnside Av and transfer to a Crown Hts-bound 4.
Travel tip:
For service to 176 St, transfer to the Bx32 at Burnside Av.
What's happening?
Track maintenance
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2023.05.16 03:01 HawtGarbage917 Caught a ride on a ghost tonight.

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2023.05.15 22:15 Miser New York State DOT making great progress on the Bruckner Bikeway between Randall's Island and Bronx River Greenway

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2023.05.12 15:39 djpromo_vqs DJ Grand Wizzard Theodore: The inventor of Scratching (Bronx, NY 1975)

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2023.05.11 22:31 borkmaster0 Unauthorized Person on Tracks & Mechanical Problem Near 103 St - Part Suspended

There are delays and reroutes in 4, 5, 6 service while NYPD responds to an unauthorized person on the tracks and a train with a mechanical problem near 103 St.
Service Changes:
Travel Alternatives:
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2023.05.11 02:42 6inchsubstrate WHAT IS THIS MADNESS?

WHAT IS THIS MADNESS?
$92,000/yr minimum income required to get this studio in the hood. Need I say more? Median household income is just over half that and for an individual it's even less. Nobody's talking about the fact that a majority of people literally can't afford to move, we have an entire population stuck where they are because they're effectively priced out of society. If you don't have close friends or family you are genuinely financially screwed as an individual. I don't even understand how people are popping out babies when the cost of living is this ridiculous?
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2023.05.09 16:31 borkmaster0 Track Replacement - Local to Express (2, 5)

In the Bronx, Manhattan-bound 2, 5 skips West Farms Sq-E Tremont Av, 174 St, Freeman St, Simpson St, Intervale Av, Prospect Av and Jackson Av from May 9 - 12, Tue to Fri, 10:45 AM to 3:30 PM
For service to these stations, take the 2 or 5 to 149 St-Grand Concourse and transfer to a Wakefield-bound 2 or Eastchester-bound 5.
For service from these stations, take the 2 or 5 to E 180 St and transfer to a Manhattan-bound 2 or 5.
Travel tip:
What's happening?
We're replacing tracks
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2023.05.09 07:56 VerbalK23 8 night well-researched first timer itinerary check for May 2023

Hi there! I appreciate any insight you all can provide over this itinerary. I know it seems like a lot, but this is how I do all of my trips. It may also seem over-planned, but I work backwards from ticketed events and activities so it makes sense how everything falls into place. With that said, I definitely am not afraid to change on a dime and scrap/alter the plan. This is my first time in the city and my goal is to experience as much as I reasonably can. So, with no further adieu:

Wednesday, 5/10: Arrival
-Land at LGA at 4:35, bus to hostel in UWS, check in by 6pm or so. Grab a slice at Mama's Too and another at Sal and Carmine, then on the Subway to get to the Fat Black Pussycat for a 7:35 show (reservation made). Grab some falafel or something from Mamoun's, then head back to the hostel to call it a night.

Thursday:
-I realized my body will still feel on Vegas time when I plan to start my day at roughly 7am. Oh well.
-Subway to 9/11 Museum for 8am Early Access tour, with quick breakfast beforehand at Stage Door Delicatessen. I figure I will be at the museum for about 3 hours, leaving at roughly 11 am.
-Explore FiDi on way to Chinatown. Bits of lunch at various places (Golden Steamer, Wah Fung, Xi'an Famous). Explore Chinatown.
-New York Media Boat tour at 2:30, leaves near 9/11 museum so a bit of a backtrack.
-After boat, take Subway to Times Square for Free live music with Jazz at Lincoln Center show at 5 pm.
- Around the corner to Shubert Theater for 7 pm Some Like I Hot show.
-Explore and then back to hostel for bed.

Friday: Bronx Day
-Explore UWS a bit and then grab Absolute Bagel for quick breakfast before heading to NYBG.
-Few hours at the Botanical Garden, then head over to Arthur Avenue. Thinking a sandwich at Casa Della Mozzarella or perhaps some sit down pasta. Check out the Arthur Ave Retail Market. Explore for a while.
-Universal Hip Hop Museum.
-Yankees game for Star Wars Night (As a Cubs fan, I need that Rizzo bobblehead)
-Back to Manhattan, maybe walk around for a bit then bed.

Saturday:
-Quick breakfast from Broadway Bagel or a bodega or something. Pay homage at The Dakota and Strawberry Fields. The rest of this morning is dedicated to exploring the central and southern parts of Central Park.
-Thinking a late lunch at Cafe Sabarsky, then over to the Met. The rest of the evening is dedicated to the Met.
-Probably some jazz somewhere after the Met. Maybe go check out Washington Square Park and the Jazz Alley over there. Some halal cart at some point.

Sunday:
-Walk the High Line, check out Chelsea Market and Hudson Yards on either end.
-Sleep No More at 2 pm. Gallow Green for drink and a nibble after.
-Explore the area, then head to Birdland Jazz Club for Arturo O'Farrill and the Latin Jazz Ensemble until 10pm.
-Explore a bit more, then back to the hostel.

Monday:
-This is a busy day.
-Head first to the ferry station on 34th St for the East River Ferry to DUMBO. Quick breakfast at Butler.
-Walk the Brooklyn Heights Promenade. Head to Prospect Park, walk the park loop.
-Back to DUMBO for Juliana's Pizza at opening. Harriet's Rooftop or Time Out Market for a rooftop view. Ice cream at Sugar Hill Creamery or Van Leeuwen or Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory.
-Walk back to Manhattan across the Brooklyn Bridge. Head to Nolita area. Economy Candy, Granny Za's Dispensary, Elizabeth Street Garden, then Parisi's for a Dennis sandwich.
-5 pm Walk on the Wild Side music tour booked: Post-Punk, Disco, and Hip Hop ending in Tribeca.
-Sightseeing at Staple St Skybridge and Ghostbusters HQ.
-Dinner burger at Emily West Village. More ice cream at Cones. I realize it looks like I am eating an awful lot on this day especially. I will be putting in the work to earn it, plus I don't have to finish everything. I just want to try a lot of delicious things.
-10pm Vanguard Jazz Orchestra show at Village Vanguard.
-BED.

Tuesday:
-St. Patrick's' Cathedral, Rockefeller Center, some other sights over that way.
-MoMA for a few hours.
-Bengal Tiger for lunch.
-Check out The Plaza hotel.
-Kill some time, back to the hostel for a bit to change and rest.
-7pm Hadestown show.
-Explore somewhere or catch some jazz/comedy before heading back to hostel.

Wednesday:
-Chysler Building (probably can't access lobby nowadays). Grand Central Terminal and Market. Summit One Vanderbilt.
-Guided 11am tour at NYPL.
-Lunch at KJUN.
-One more Broadway show. I am thinking Life of Pi to switch things up from the musicals.
-Back to the hostel for a quick change.
-Dinner at Keen's, the pass by the Empire State on the way to Tannen's Magic Shop for Magic After Hours.
-Birdland Jazz once again for Big Chief Donald Harrison's 9:30pm show.
-Back to the hostel to pack and rest for departure tomorrow.

Thursday:
-Quick bite at Hungarian Pastry Shop north of the hostel towards Harlem. Then tour St. John the Divine cathedral.
-Possibly explore a bit in Harlem or more likely the Northern part of Central Park.
-Grab bags from hostel, head to NY Pizza Suprema right next to the bus station for a slice or two before heading out of town to Washington DC for the second part of my trip.
Well, what do you think? What would you change? Like I said, I know it's a lot, but I've looked painstakingly at geography, transit times, all of it. I use a fabulous app called Wanderlog for creating my plan and it's been a real game changer for me. You can't control for everything, but I feel good about the plan in general. Things will inevitably change. That's OK.
Thanks for reading!
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2023.05.07 13:31 borkmaster0 Track Maintenance - Part Suspended (5)

No 5 between Bowling Green, Manhattan and E 180 St, Bronx on May 7, Sunday, 7:45 AM to 10:00 AM
5 service runs between Eastchester-Dyre Av and E 180 St.
2 trains make 5 stops between E 180 St and 149 St-Grand Concourse.
4 trains make 5 stops between 149 St-Grand Concourse and Bowling Green.
Transfer between trains at E 180 St (2, 5) and/or 149 St-Grand Concourse (2, 4).
Note: Bronx-bound ‌5 service from Bowling Green begins at approximately 11 AM.
What's happening?
Track maintenance
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2023.05.05 22:56 borkmaster0 Reports of Smoke in Tunnel Between Manhattan & Bronx - Part Suspended

6 service between Manhattan and the Bronx is suspended.
Some northbound 5 via the 2 from Nevins St to 149 St-Grand Concourse.
We are investigating reports of smoke in the tunnel connecting Manhattan and the Bronx.
The last stop on northbound 6 trains will be 149 St-Grand Concourse on the 4 line where they will turn for southbound service.
6 trains are delayed in both directions.
Listen to announcements on your northbound 5 train to hear how it will operate.
Expect delays on northbound 2 trains as they share the track with rerouted trains.
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2023.05.05 17:46 BronxTimes Nearing a century old, landmark Bronx Courthouse set to undergo much-needed facelift next year — Bronx Times

Nearing a century old, landmark Bronx Courthouse set to undergo much-needed facelift next year — Bronx Times
The landmark Bronx County Courthouse building, also known as the Mario Merola Building, has stood tall in the Grand Concourse section of the Bronx for 90 years. But efforts to extend the aging building’s lifespan require fixing unsafe conditions stemming from the building’s façade that date back several years.
Façade work on the courthouse is currently in design, according to a spokesperson from the Department of Citywide Administrative Services, the agency managing the landmark building. After designs are finalized later this summer, the project will begin construction next year following the selection of a contractor and finalized cost estimates, officials confirmed with the Bronx Times.
According to the city Department of Buildings (DOB), there are 48 open violations on the buildings, and on April 13, the building was flagged for a hazardous façade, which had been an issue dating back to 2004. Other DOB violations over the past few years include flagged elevators and failure to maintain and update inspections to the building’s sprinkler and boiler systems.
Read more at https://www.bxtimes.com/landmark-bronx-courthouse-facelift-next-yea
According to the city Department of Buildings, there are 48 open violations on the 90-year-old Bronx County Courthouse. On April 13, the building was flagged for a hazardous façade. Photo ET Rodriguez
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2023.05.03 16:31 borkmaster0 Signal Maintenance - Local to Express (2, 5)

In the Bronx, uptown 25 skips Jackson Av, Prospect Av, Intervale Av, Simpson St, Freeman St, 174 St and West Farms Sq-E Tremont Avon May 3, Wednesday, 10:45 AM to 3:30 PM
For service to these stations, take the 2 or 5 to E 180 St and transfer to a downtown 2 or 5.
For service from these stations, take the 2 or 5 to 149 St-Grand Concourse and transfer to an uptown 2 or 5.
Travel tip:
What's happening?
Signal maintenance
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2023.05.02 16:31 borkmaster0 Track Replacement - Local to Express (2, 5)

In the Bronx, downtown 2, 5 skips West Farms Sq-E Tremont Av, 174 St, Freeman St, Simpson St, Intervale Av, Prospect Av and Jackson Av on May 2, 4, and 5, Tue, Thu, and Fri, 10:45 AM to 3:30 PM
For service to these stations, take the 2 or 5 to 149 St-Grand Concourse and transfer to an uptown 2 or 5.
For service from these stations, take the 2 or 5 to E 180 St and transfer to a downtown 2 or 5.
Travel tip:
What's happening?
We're replacing tracks
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2023.04.29 12:45 borkmaster0 Track Replacement - Stop Skipped (5)

In the Bronx, uptown 5 skips 138 St-Grand Concourse - Take the 4 instead from Apr 29 - 30, Saturday, 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM and Sunday, 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Transfer at 125 St or 149 St-Grand Concourse Shuttle Bus.
What's happening?
We're replacing tracks
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2023.04.29 11:31 borkmaster0 Track Replacement - Part Suspended (5)

In the Bronx, no 5 between 149 St-Grand Concourse and E 180 St from Apr 29 - 30, Saturday, 5:45 AM to 11:15 PM and Sunday, 7:45 AM to 10:00 PM
5 service runs in two sections:
  1. Between 149 St-Grand Concourse and Bowling Green every 24 minutes
  2. Between E 180 St and Eastchester-Dyre Av
For service between E 180 St and 149 St-Grand Concourse, take the 2 instead.
Transfer at E 180 St (2, 5) and/or 149 St-Grand Concourse (2, 4).
Note: Manhattan-bound 2 trains run express from E 180 St to 3 Av-149 St during this time.
What's happening?
We're replacing tracks
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