The struggle to keep your eyelids open at the end of the day is real and Tobias Domhan developed the perfect app so that you don’t end up sleeping through your stop and waking up in some sketchy area of New York City.
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The room was packed, but you knew exactly where the OG writers were sitting because it was like they had their own reunion.
Here's something that should make us all have a newfound appreciation for the NYC Transit Authority: an original 1970s copy of the NYCTA Graphics Standards Manual was found under a bunch of clothes in a gym locker.
After the catastrophic Sandy storm hit the South Ferry Station in Lower Manhattan a few months ago and flooded the 1Train station, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) suggests that it may be out of service for up to three years.
An under-the-radar app release from the NYPD, simply called "NYPD", will allow citizens of New York City (and elsewhere) to assist in bringing justice to The Big Apple through viewing wanted lists and rewards, crime statistics, breaking news, and additionally submitting crime tips via SMS messages.
In case the MTA failed to steal Christmas by officially announcing their subway's "un-fare" hikes last month, they are back to pick up the scraps with a late-December release of Subway Time, an iOS app that aims to offer street-level subway information it's users can rely on.
In case the MTA hasn't angered all of New York City by now, they almost certainly will after word spreads of today's decision to, once again, raise MetroCard prices.