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15 Subway Maps That Trace NYC's Transit History

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from Aquaviews - SCUBA Blog

From Trash To Treasure- Artificial Reefs Uncovered

Railroad car sunk as part of an artificial reefThe Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, responsible for this programme (which was doubted at first) was successfully able to repopulate this area with fish and other marine species, thanks to the crafty use of these wagons. In fact, a 400-fold increase in the amount of plankton and small baitfish is drawing in the larger fish at such a rate that it’s a struggle to find more old subway cars to sink. The Redbird reef site…

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New Logo for Fulton Center (new transit hub of New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) located in lower Manhattan that connects eleven subway lines as well as connections to the PATH train system) by Pentagram

New Logo for Fulton Center (new transit hub of New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) located in lower Manhattan that connects eleven subway lines as well as connections to the PATH train system) by Pentagram

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History of the MTA: Learn about the city's transit system from its inception, By Lauren Cook October 27, 2016. The subway has been rumbling through New York City since Oct. 27, 1904, but it wasn't until 1968 that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority took over city transit. From trains and buses to bridges and tunnels, the MTA plays a major role in keeping this city moving every day.

https://flic.kr/p/NgLkp8 | Metro-North Fordham Station Renewal | Metro-North's Fordham Station was completely restored with upgrades including a rebuilt northbound platform with double the capacity, a new entrance leading directly to Webster Avenue at 193rd Street and new permanent artwork. These upgrades follow the complete renovation of the historic station building on Fordham Road, which was completed in 2014. Photo: Metropolitan Transportation Authority / Patrick Cashin

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Winter storm hits the Northeast

Commuters wait on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority platform for a train in heavy snow in Queens

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Metro-North's Ossining Station in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012, in Ossining,N.Y. Sandy, the storm which was downgraded from a hurricane just before making landfall, caused multiple fatalities, halted mass transit and cut power to more than 6 million homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York) MANDATORY CREDIT

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