See When Your Train Will Arrive in Real Time with MTA's Weekender App

See When Your Train Will Arrive in Real Time with MTA's Weekender App

Planning a weekend subway trip in New York City just got a whole lot easier thanks to an upgrade of the MTA's Weekender app that displays real-time train arrival information for all 154…

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Precision Auto Works Becomes First NYC Collision Center to Earn Tesla Motors Certification

Precision Auto Works Becomes First NYC Collision Center to Earn Tesla Motors Certification

As more Tesla Model S sedans begin to infiltrate the crowded streets of New York City, unfortunate accidents are bound to happen. Up until recently anytime a Model S sustained collision…

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PHOTOS: People Pedal Citi Bikes to Power the 2014 Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball!

PHOTOS: People Pedal Citi Bikes to Power the 2014 Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball!

Andrew Brent, director of Citi public affairs, told us the charged Citi Bike event came together at the very last minute during the first week of December. Citi Bank teamed up with the…

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East River Ferry Service to Be Extended Until 2019

East River Ferry Service to Be Extended Until 2019

NYC boat lovers rejoice! It looks like the East River Ferry will continue to serve maritime commuters for at least another five years. Mayor Bloomberg made the announcement that the…

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Mayor Bloomberg to Celebrate 7 Train Subway Extension with Ceremonial First Ride

Mayor Bloomberg to Celebrate 7 Train Subway Extension with Ceremonial First Ride

Image Credit: Frances L Fruit / Shutterstock.com This afternoon, Mayor Bloomberg, members of the MTA, and other officials are scheduled to celebrate the upcoming completion of the…

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Mayor Bloomberg Announces Plans for 10,000 EV Charging Stations for NYC's Electric Cars

Mayor Bloomberg Announces Plans for 10,000 EV Charging Stations for NYC's Electric Cars

Mayor Bloomberg has announced plans to add 10,000 new EV parking spaces to power New York City's electric vehicles. The city started testing new curbside vehicle chargers that allow…

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Get Cool Perks for Helping Get Up and Ride Bike Tours Set Up Their Brooklyn Storefront

Get Cool Perks for Helping Get Up and Ride Bike Tours Set Up Their Brooklyn Storefront

Get Up and Ride's Brooklyn-centric bike tours have already earned recognition as TripAdvisor's most sought-after activity for visitors to the borough, but with their popularity, they've…

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How Citi Bike is Preparing for Its First Winter in NYC

How Citi Bike is Preparing for Its First Winter in NYC

It always seems to be sunny and warm in those pictures of smiling Citi Bike riders traversing New York on their shiny blue bikes. But the reality is that winter has settled upon the Big…

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Citi Bike Coming to Queens...But Not for a While

Citi Bike Coming to Queens...But Not for a While

Here's some good news for any Queens residents wondering why Manhattan and Brooklyn have been getting all of the Citi Bike love. City officials recently announced that NYC's popular…

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Prosthesis

Prosthesis "Anti-Robot" Mixes Badass Robotics with Zero-Emissions Machinery

eatART (Energy Awareness Through Art), the eclectic Vancouver-based art group that creates projects promoting energy awareness, is behind both the Alpha Leg and the larger Prosthesis.…

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Citi Bike Gets Ready for Major 4,000 Bike Expansion

Citi Bike Gets Ready for Major 4,000 Bike Expansion

Expect more celebrity Citi Bike sightings as the NYC bike share program gets ready for a major expansion. According to The NY Post, the city is preparing to add 4,000 new blue bikes…

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Brooke Shields' Bizarre and Wonderful Citi Bike Halloween Costume is a Must-See

Brooke Shields' Bizarre and Wonderful Citi Bike Halloween Costume is a Must-See

As far as we're concerned, Brooke Shields pretty much won Halloween this year with her amazingly bizarre and wonderful Citi Bike costume! For her one-of-a-kind getup, the actress…

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First Portion of Santiago Calatrava-Designed World Trade Center Transportation Hub Opens to Public (PHOTOS)

First Portion of Santiago Calatrava-Designed World Trade Center Transportation Hub Opens to Public (PHOTOS)

"To enable construction of this pedestrian passageway, portions of the World Trade Center's slurry walls were removed (at this location), and portions of the Hudson River Bulkhead wall…

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Santiago Calatrava's World Trade Center Walkway Opens in Lower Manhattan

Santiago Calatrava's World Trade Center Walkway Opens in Lower Manhattan

A portion of Santiago Calatrava’s $4 billion World Trade Center PATH station is now open. Starting this week, pedestrians will be able to walk through the WTC West Concourse linking…

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'I Love New York' Sandy Anniversary MetroCards Come with Perks That Help Storm-Affected Nabes

'I Love New York' Sandy Anniversary MetroCards Come with Perks That Help Storm-Affected Nabes

A year has officially passed since Hurricane Sandy hit New York, but many communities hit by the superstorm still have a long way to go before full recovery. In order to promote…

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New Taste NY Shop Filled with New York-Made Food, Beer and Wine Coming to Grand Central Terminal

New Taste NY Shop Filled with New York-Made Food, Beer and Wine Coming to Grand Central Terminal

Looking to grab the perfect gift or a quick bite on your commute home? A new Taste NY location coming to Grand Central Terminal will make it even easier for New Yorkers to purchase…

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First Wooden City Bike by Bough Bikes Hits the Streets of NYC (PHOTOS)

First Wooden City Bike by Bough Bikes Hits the Streets of NYC (PHOTOS)

Wooden city bike crosses Brooklyn Bridge from Bough Bikes USA on Vimeo. "This bike generates amazing responses on the streets of Brooklyn and Manhattan," said Zoon, who rode the…

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Hevo Power's Wireless EV Chargers Disguised as Manholes Are Coming to NYC

Hevo Power's Wireless EV Chargers Disguised as Manholes Are Coming to NYC

One of the biggest problems with re-charging an electric vehicle is that fact that you need to first find a charging unit and then be able to plug your EV into it. Luckily,…

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Nissan NV200 Taxi of Tomorrow Plan Shot Down by NY Supreme Court

Nissan NV200 Taxi of Tomorrow Plan Shot Down by NY Supreme Court

If you were looking forward to seeing New York get a completely new line of hybrid cabs in the coming months, get ready for some disappointment. Justice Shlomo Hagler of the state…

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Leonardo DiCaprio Undocks Citi Bike, Makes Fanny Pack Look Cool (PHOTOS)

Leonardo DiCaprio Undocks Citi Bike, Makes Fanny Pack Look Cool (PHOTOS)

From the cobalt color of his Citi Bike key, it looks like Leo was not a founding member, but has nonetheless probably clocked in an impressive amount of miles. The actor and…

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MTA Announces Expansion of

MTA Announces Expansion of "Bus Time" Program to Let Commuters Track Buses in Real Time

Here's some great news for New Yorkers who commute by bus. The MTA just announced the expansion of MTA Bus Time, a program that lets you track your bus in real time and see exactly…

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Construction Begins on Casing for Flood-Proof Amtrak Tunnel Under Hudson Yards

Construction Begins on Casing for Flood-Proof Amtrak Tunnel Under Hudson Yards

The government shutdown hasn't affected rail travel as of yet, and in fact, an important project to prevent future hurricanes from inflicting the kind of flooding damage that Superstorm…

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First Google Glass Citi Bike App Lets Riders Search for Open Docks Hands-Free

First Google Glass Citi Bike App Lets Riders Search for Open Docks Hands-Free

Are you a Citi Bike rider sick of fumbling for your phone to look up directions or locate an empty bikeshare dock? If so, interactive agency R/GA Prototype Studio has a solution for…

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MTA Announces Winners of App Quest Competition to Help New Yorkers Better Navigate the City

MTA Announces Winners of App Quest Competition to Help New Yorkers Better Navigate the City

The City Mapper app Most New Yorkers know how to navigate the subway system, but even the most seasoned straphanger has been thrown for a loop once or twice. To make trips easier…

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Rogue Bike Lanes Pop Up in Midtown Manhattan

Rogue Bike Lanes Pop Up in Midtown Manhattan

Without proper bike lanes, the simple act of riding can become a life-threatening affair. That's why a group of rogue bicycling activists who call themselves "Right of Way" have taken…

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