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A 37-year-old woman who jumped off the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge early Thursday morning was pronounced dead at the hospital, marking the 11th suicide from the bridge since 2011, reports the Staten Island Advance. The woman, whose identity has not yet been released pending family notification, was pronounced dead at Lutheran Medical Center in Brooklyn, after harbor units pulled…

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Commuting anywhere in this city is about to get a little bit pricier. The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) board has decided to raise single-fare subway rides from $2.50 to $2.75 on March 22. As planned, unlimited monthly MetroCards will increase from $112 to $116.50, and weekly MetroCards will go up a dollar, from $30 to $31. The MTA board held public hearings last…

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Below you’ll find weekend subway service changes for the D, N, F, and R lines in Brooklyn. Check back Monday to see what’s happening next week. Changes via MTA.info. D Line Coney Island-bound D trains skip Fort Hamilton Pkwy, 50 St and 55 St  Days, 9:45am-3pm, Wednesdays through Fridays until January 23 For service to these stations take the D…

Transportation Photo by acecastrejon
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Below you’ll find early week subway service changes for the D, N, R, and F lines in Brooklyn. Check back later this week to see what’s happening this weekend. Changes via MTA.info. D Line Coney Island-bound D trains skip Fort Hamilton Pkwy, 50 St and 55 St  Days, 9:45am-3pm, Wednesdays through Fridays until January 23 For service…

Transportation Photo by dg0m3z_98
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Below you’ll find weekend subway service changes for the D, N, R, and F lines in Brooklyn. Check back Monday to see what’s happening next week. Changes via MTA.info. D Line Coney Island-bound D trains skip Fort Hamilton Pkwy, 50 St and 55 St  Days, 9:45am-3pm, Wednesdays through Fridays until January 23 For service to these stations take the D…

Transportation F train
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Which train is faster: the D or the N? Well, today we can finally settle the debate. The D train is hands-down the most reliable subway line in New York City, according to wait-time data crunched by the New York Post. The D train, which runs from Norwood in The Bronx all the way to Coney Island in Brooklyn,…

Transportation Photo by hearttohandhealing
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Below you’ll find early week subway service changes for the D, N, F, and R lines in Brooklyn. Check back later this week to see what’s happening this weekend. Changes via MTA.info. D Line Coney Island-bound D trains skip Fort Hamilton Pkwy, 50 St and 55 St  Days, 9:45am-3pm, Wednesdays through Fridays until January 23 For service…

Transportation Photo by deeno12
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Below you’ll find late week subway service changes for the D, N, F, and R lines in Brooklyn–but not really weekend changes, since this weekend, we have none! Check back Monday to see what’s happening next week. Changes via MTA.info. D Line Coney Island-bound D trains skip Fort Hamilton Pkwy, 50 St, and 55 St  Days, 9:45am-3pm, Wednesdays through Fridays until…

Transportation graffiti train
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We have good news and bad news for N train riders in 2015. The MTA plans to restore nine subway stations on the long-neglected N line. Unfortunately, the construction is expected to take four years, limiting one of Southern Brooklyn’s main arteries to Manhattan for a very long time. The project, which will transform all the stations from 8th Avenue to 86th Street, is…

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