For five consecutive weeks this summer, the G train will be not run between the Court Square station in Long Island City and the Nassau Avenue stop in Brooklyn due to Hurricane Sandy recovery work, according to the MTA.
BENJAMIN FANG Listen up riders. The MTA installed an automated system that tells straphangers when the next train will arrive in five Astoria stations. The announcement systems were added at the 39th Avenue, 36th Avenue, Broadway, 30th Avenue and Astoria Boulevard stations along the N and Q lines. “I am pleased the MTA listened to our community and […]
MELISSA FERRARI There could be relief at the end of the tunnel for frustrated G-train riders. State Senators Daniel Squadron and Martin Malavé Dilan sent a letter to the MTA in January requesting a full-line review of the G train’s performance. In February, the transit agency agreed. With the review completed, the MTA has made […]
It’s a no-go for three G train stops on weekends starting July 6. The MTA is closing the Greenpoint tube, which runs under Newtown Creek between Brooklyn and Queens, for 53 hours over the next 12 weekends in order to make Sandy-related repairs. The stations to be closed are the G train’s three northernmost stops, […]
G train riders are one step closer to getting changes and improvements enacted on their subway line. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has agreed to “undertake a Full Line Review of the G train” and the review will be completed by the end of June 2013,” the transit agency announced on Friday, February 22. Residents and politicians signed […]
Many companies are considering training programs for the New Year. New budgets. New needs. New opportunities. And most companies will concentrate on “it.” Whatever it is. More sales, a new product launch, customer service, internal operations, diversity, or whatever is “pressing.” All of that is wrong – or should I say, out of order. Before […]
By Jeffrey Gitomer Many companies are considering training programs for the new year. New budgets. New needs. New opportunities. And most companies will concentrate on “it.” Whatever it is — more sales, a new product launch, customer service, internal operations, diversity or whatever is “pressing.” All of that is wrong — or should I say, […]