Archive for April, 2010

MTA NYCT Motorman’s Identity Revealed

About an hour or so ago, I unfortunately wrote an entry talking about the death of a MTA NYC Transit Motorman who had a fatal heart attack while guiding a Brooklyn-bound train out of the Court Square station. In the entry, I noted how the transit agency had not yet released the identity of the […]

May Work Schedule For Fulton Transit Center

Just a short time ago, MTA New York City Transit sent me a press release with details on the May work schedule on the Fulton Transit Center. Here are the complete details: Due to ongoing construction of the Fulton Street Transit Center, the following service changes will be in effect for weekends in May: May […]

G Train Motorman Suffers Fatal Heart Attack

Unfortunately I have to once again blog about an untimely death of a MTA worker. Earlier this morning, a yet to be unnamed motorman on the train suffered a fatal heart attack while guiding the Brooklyn-bound train out of the Court Square station. Andy Newman of the New York Times has more in this brief […]

MTA Board Approves Capital Construction Plan

Earlier today, the MTA Board held its monthly meeting & the biggest news to come from it was the approval of the $26.3 billion 2010 – 2014 Capital Construction Plan. The plan which made news 5 days ago when the MTA announced it came up with $2B in savings will now be sent to Albany […]

Track Supervisor Death Could’ve Been Avoided

The spot where James Knell met his untimely demise. Photo courtesy of Costanza for the New York Daily News. Two days ago, I had to unfortunately write an entry about the death of 45 year old MTA NYC Transit Track Supervisor James Knell. His untimely demise came after he came in contact with an electrified […]