Archive for July, 2009

Subway Breakdowns Decline

One of the biggest fears of subway riders is being on a train that breakdowns. Lets face it, time is of the essence when in New York City. Unfortunately for the last number of years, mechanical problems have led to one too many breakdowns in the NYC Subway. However the latest numbers show that breakdowns […]

Service Diversions 07-24

I have just updated the service diversions page with the latest information for the weekend & upcoming week (beyond in some cases). Don’t forget to check in for any changes to the page. I also suggest printing out a copy of the page to use while riding the system. Have a safe & wonderful weekend! […]

Man Charged With Providing Transit Data To Al Qaeda

Earlier today, court papers were unsealed to reveal that a 26 year old man named Bryant Neal Vinas was charged with providing al Qaeda with data on NYC Transit & the Long Island Rail Road. He was also charged with taking part in a rocket attack on US troops in Afghanistan. Lets take a look […]

New Entries

Let me apologize for the recent downtime. I should have some new entries up sometime tonight or early tomorrow morning. Thanks for the support! xoxo Transit Blogger

Gov. Paterson Expected To Nominate New MTA Leader

Late Sunday evening, I blogged about the New York Daily News’ exclusive report which indicated finance expert Jay Walder seemed to be Gov. Paterson’s top choice to run the beleaguered transit agency. In a followup story, Pete Donohue talks about how Gov. Paterson is expected to officially nominate Mr. Walder later today: A transit executive […]