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  • PATH ≠ NYC subway

    In other news, Jodi Applegate still looks fly. Too bad she married that big-headed goon Michael Kay.
  • Everything relevant that could be said has been said.
  • Yes, because this will never happen again.
  • dammit. always late to the party.
  • Hoboken? More like Homoken

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  • All I want to know is: Did Plisken make it out alive?
  • PC LOAD LETTER: Everything relevant that could be said has been said.


    No...

    PATH SMELLS LIKE PEE AND VOMIT

    NY CITY SUBWAY SMELLS LIKE PEE AND VOMIT
  • I wonder what PATH Train Teddy did while the system was down.
  • JerseyTim: I wonder what PATH Train Teddy did while the system was down.


    "Anyone on the 126 bus tonight, that can help us out with food, money, for the homeless, at the shelter......if you can help us out....please help us out......I have sandwiches......."

    They had the chariman of PATH on good day this morning. Sounds like its going to be months before hoboken is running again.
  • A wealthy New York news channel and they are using an Eyefinity desktop with monitors that have giant bezels to show still shots? WTF?

    /why yes I'm a nerd
  • Jesus Breakdancing Christ, Bumpkinmitter, where are you from that videos showing flooding in two PATH stations WEST of the Hudson River constitute footage of the "NYC subways"?
  • LineNoise: JerseyTim: I wonder what PATH Train Teddy did while the system was down.

    "Anyone on the 126 bus tonight, that can help us out with food, money, for the homeless, at the shelter......if you can help us out....please help us out......I have sandwiches......."

    They had the chariman of PATH on good day this morning. Sounds like its going to be months before hoboken is running again.


    They better hurry up and build that transit hub NJ transit is shilling
  • Hoboken? Oooooooooooh I'm dyyyyyyin!
  • Looks more like yellowish-brown water.

    JerseyTim: n other news, Jodi Applegate still looks fly. Too bad she married that big-headed goon Michael Kay.


    I don't get it. The man is obnoxious and he's got the palate sophistication of a 4-year old. He's never had soup and apparently the most exotic thing he'll eat is chicken parm.

    And have I mentioned how obnoxious he is? Good lord.
  • H31N0US: They better hurry up and build that transit hub NJ transit is shilling


    They are doing a pretty job, all things considered with picking up the slack on the PATH. I have to say, Area X in PABT works with a scary amount of efficiency.

    The big problem is the morning commute. At first there weren't enough buses. Now they have too many, and the busses are causing traffic jams. So everyone swarms the ferries, or goes to JC for PATH. But then that gets swarmed, so everyone tries something different the next day. Its been 2 weeks, and I don't think there has been a single day where I have taken the same route to and from work two days in a row, so its pretty hard for them to work around it. My nice 20 minute door to door commute now takes me an hour and a half. Monday morning it took me 4+ hours to get into work.
  • LineNoise: Monday morning it took me 4+ hours to get into work.


    I didn't even go in on Monday. It was such a disaster. There was a bus accident in the XBL headed to the tunnel causing a massive delay. There were two more accidents the rest of the delay. That was the worst I've ever seen it.

    Usually, when there's an accident like that, they divert the buses to Secaucus and let you transfer to the trains. Of course, those aren't running. From what I understand, some NJ Transit train service is returning on Monday, so that should alleviate some of the bus congestion.
  • Well, the Jets and Giants both claim to be from New York. So I guess the headline is kind of accurate.
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    I'm not going to lie, I nearly peed myself watching this episode watching my little niece the other day.
  • The Face Of Oblivion: Jesus Breakdancing Christ, Bumpkinmitter, where are you from that videos showing flooding in two PATH stations WEST of the Hudson River constitute footage of the "NYC subways"?


    Basically, anywhere further out than Ulster County. To the rest of the world, your local political boundaries have no practical consequences, so it's all about proximity.

    / That is not a shot at New York. All places are viewed this way by outsiders to some extent.
    // I'm practically in Syracuse. To my Los Angeles coworkers, it may as well be Brooklyn.
    /// They're not really in Los Angeles, either. Look how many farks people actually give about this?
  • JerseyTim: Usually, when there's an accident like that, they divert the buses to Secaucus and let you transfer to the trains. Of course, those aren't running. From what I understand, some NJ Transit train service is returning on Monday, so that should alleviate some of the bus congestion.


    Most of its running now. The gladstone branch and coast line are still out. Gladstone is supposed to be back up Monday.

    The problem is now you have all of these trains dumping folks off in Hoboken, but no PATH to take them into the city. The ferry was great the first week, but now the line is absurd for it (not to mention the 6-8 bucks each way). I've been doing a mix of the ferry, walking\light rail to JC and then taking the path and walking, or the bus to PA and then subway down. They all kind of suck and my commute, in addition to taking like 5x as long, costs me about triple what it used to. They can't fix it soon enough.
  • Still not too late for the 'homeless hurdles' or the Broadway ticket money toss.

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    I like this guy, though.
  • More like brown water rafting.
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