Farewell To The East End Shuttle

Yesterday marked the end of the Long Island Rail Road’s first new rail service since the 1964 World’s Fair shuttle. The “East End” shuttle was created last October in response to the traffic congestion on County Road 39 which serves as the main east-west road in the town of Southampton. Mitchell Freedman of Newsday filed […]

Farewell Peter Kalikow

May 7th is the day Peter Kalikow finally announced his attentions to step down as the MTA Chairman. Here is an article about Kalikow stepping down courtesy of 1010 Wins: NEW YORK (AP) — Metropolitan Transportation Authority Chairman Peter Kalikow said Monday that he will step down so that Gov. Eliot Spitzer can choose a […]

Farewell Lawrence Reuter

Lawrence Reuter has announced he is stepping down as NYC Transit President. Here is a story about it courtesy of New York Business: The Metropolitan Transportation Authority said on Wednesday that New York City Transit President Lawrence Reuter is stepping down from the post he’s held for the past decade. The MTA did not name […]

Farewell To A Wrestling God

January 29, 2006 marked the end of an error for JBL, no not the wrestling god himself but Jamaica Bus Lines. This day marked the last it would operate service as a private bus company in NYC. The MTA was taking over the company starting the very next day. Like Command, & Green Bus Lines […]

RIP Green Bus Lines

January 8, 2006 marked the end of an era as the Green Bus Lines would no longer be. The MTA officially took over the company starting on January 9th, 2006. I had never rode or photographed GBL before so I decided to conduct a farewell shoot/first ride on their last day. The plan was to […]