Subway Service Cut Due To Bullshit

Sadly the MTA is the latest agency and/or company to push the bullshit lies about a mass outbreak of Covid. The agency is cutting subway service this week due to a lack of crews stemming from employees not being available to work. Do you want to know why these workers are not available?

Because they like many others in DEMOCRAT run hellholes keep foolishly going out to get tested with either ZERO symptoms or if they have flu like symptoms which is what this is. Let us not also forget the people who are getting sick are those who were STUPID enough to take an experimental jab that is being peddled as a vaccine when under legal definitions, it is NOT!

Nezwsflash people, the jab you are taking is still experimental & not approved. If you took 5 minutes to look up the facts, NO vaccine has been fully approved. All they did was extend the EUA. The facts trump your feelings clueless sheep!


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I would like to take this moment & wish each & every single reader & supporter of a MERRY CHRISTMAS! May you enjoy the holiday season with your friends & family while making new memories that will last a lifetime!

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Woman Nearly Assaulted In Subway Station

In yet another disturbing sign of the times, a woman was nearly sexually assaulted at the Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall subway station this past Thursday. Amanda Woods of the New York Post has more:

A creep attacked and tried to sexually assault a woman in a Lower Manhattan subway station Thursday night, cops said.

The assailant punched the 43-year-old victim in the face at the base of the stairs approaching the 4 and 5 train platform at the Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall station around 8:50 p.m., police said.

Click here for the complete report.

Sadly the low life piece of shit got away. I am 100% sure he has done this before at a subway station & will try to do it again real soon. Hopefully when he does, he will fail in his attempt & be caught at the same time!

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Woman Attacked At 34th St Subway Station

The MTA is doing its best to entice riders to come back & use the system throughout the region with various discounts that will begin in the coming months. However all the discounts in the world will not be enough to get them back riding if the crime especially on the NYC Subway is not addressed by the city.

The latest incident to garner attention is the attack of Thai model Bew Jirajariyawetch at the 34th Street station in Manhattan last month. Nikolas Lanum of Fox News has more:

An aspiring 23-year-old Thai model spoke out on Friday after being viciously attacked and robbed on a New York City subway platform in November.

“What happened to me is not supposed to happen to anyone at all,” said Bew Jirajariyawetch during an appearance on “Fox & Friends First.”

Jirajariyawetch said she hoped the man responsible would be arrested “as soon as possible” so that further attacks would not happen to anyone else.

Despite MTA surveillance footage of the attack from two separate cameras, Jirajariyawetch said she often wonders why no arrests have been made in connection with her attack.

Click here for the complete report.

What is highly concerning is how easily this lowlife was able to commit the heinous act. The camera footage is subpar at best which is something the agency needs to address overall. The biggest issue in terms of identifying the suspect is the fact his face his hidden behind a stupid face diaper. Enough is enough, stop wearing them as they NEVER protected you from a damn thing. Secondly it is a severe safety concern when it comes to criminals wearing them while committing crimes in the system.

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MTA Board Approves Discounts

In what can be considered a Christmas miracle for riders, the MTA Board has approved fare discounts across its various agencies such as a 10% discount on LIRR monthly tickets. Here are more details courtesy of the press release the agency asked me to share with you:

New Fare Capping Pilot Feature of OMNY, Modeled on ‘Fare Capping’ Concept, Will Automatically Give Full-Fare Subway and Bus Customers the Best Fare Possible – Eliminating Question of Whether to Pre-Purchase an Unlimited-Ride Plan or Pay Per Ride

To Assist Those with Flexible Work Schedules and Encourage Ridership, LIRR and Metro-North to Offer New 20-Trip Tickets and 10% Discount of Monthly Tickets

To Encourage Use of Commuter Railroads for Travel Within New York City, MTA to Extend Weekend ‘City Ticket’ Pricing to All Weekday Off-Peak Trains

MTA Commits to Keeping Fares Off Peak for All LIRR and Metro-North Trains Through Feb. 28

New Fare Offerings Take Effect March 1

To encourage New York’s ridership recovery and reduce costs and uncertainty for public transportation customers, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) today announced a pilot program to test a series of temporary promotional changes to fare structures for New York City Transit, the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad. The pilot will begin March 1 and last for at least four months.

Fare Capping Pilot for New York City Transit – a Weekly Cap on Charges

Under the pilot, the MTA would use the enhanced flexibility provided by OMNY to offer subway and local bus customers, along with those of the Staten Island Railway, the best possible fare for all trips. Under this pilot, customers who tap and go with OMNY would be charged the standard $2.75 pay-per-ride fare for their first 12 trips starting every Monday. Any further trips through the following Sunday would be free of charge. As a result, no OMNY customer would pay more than $33.00 per week, which is the current price of a seven-day unlimited-ride MetroCard, and customers would receive the benefit of a seven-day unlimited-ride card without paying upfront.

“Our fare structure is an important tool we have to win back riders,” said Janno Lieber, MTA Acting Chair and CEO. “Business logic says it doesn’t make sense to increase the price just as you’re trying to rebuild your customer base. So, we’re leaving the basic fare alone for now and rolling out a slate of new pilot fare promotions.”

The MTA is retaining free transfers between subways and buses for all customers. Two-part trips that are linked by a free transfer between a subway and bus are considered a single trip toward the 12 needed to reach the fare-free threshold each week.

Three Big Fare Changes for the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad

For Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad customers, the pilot will offer promotional fares designed to encourage railroad ridership, especially for trips within New York City, and to provide ticketing options more closely aligned with the evolving needs of those with flexible work schedules. The MTA will offer three major changes to railroads fares.

  • When purchased through eTix, a new 20-trip ticket, which will offer 20% off the comparable 20 peak one-way fares.
  • Monthly tickets, which are currently discounted between 48% and 61% of the price of a comparable number of one-way peak tickets, will be discounted by an additional 10%.
  • ‘City Ticket’ – which offers a reduced, flat fare for travel within New York City on weekends – will be extended to all weekday off-peak trains at a fare of $5.
    • This is a $2.25 or 31% discount from Metro-North’s current weekday fare between the Bronx and Manhattan, which is $7.25. (City Ticket must be purchased and activated before boarding the train. Metro-North’s off-peak fare between the Bronx and Manhattan remains $13 when purchased on board the train.)
    • This is a $2.75 or 35% discount from the LIRR’s current weekday fare between eastern Queens and Manhattan or Brooklyn, which is $7.75. (City Ticket must be purchased and activated before boarding the train. The LIRR’s off-peak fare between eastern Queens and Manhattan or Brooklyn remains $14 when purchased on board the train.)

The MTA today also announced it would keep all LIRR and Metro-North fares off peak through Feb. 28, 2022.

Next Steps

The MTA will evaluate the new fares’ impact on operations, the customer experience and farebox revenue. If the pilot proves successful, the new fare structures could become permanent, be discontinued, or be adjusted.

This is excellent news for riders as any money saved is a welcome relief for those who have suffered under the fake resident in chief’s bogus administration.

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