Posts Tagged ‘nyc mta’

Yes way

October 19, 2013

14 and 1st

What you’re looking at is a subway entrance, the L Train at 14th and First Avenue. The guy’s checking his phone because there’s no wifi downstairs, on a train or platforms. Not yet, anyway.

Where’s the $&%@(# bus?

January 31, 2012

That’s a bicycle chained to the bus stop, as if to remind anyone who is waiting that there are alternative ways to get to one’s destination.

Reading on the platform

December 14, 2011

It’s a perennial image: a young woman, perhaps a student, stands on the subway platform at W. 4th Street and reads On the Road by Jack Kerouac. Her coat, veering off in another literary direction, looks like it just stepped out of Little Women.

It sounds fun: “The Weekender”

October 9, 2011

Everyone who was tortured by 7 Train work this weekend can rejoice that the weekend is nearly over. On Friday afternoons, the MTA is turning over the landing page of MTA.info to the service changes of the upcoming weekend. It should be useful. Map aficionados, of course, will recognize the Massimo Vignelli design.