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New York State classifies highways as either Parkways or Expressways. The main difference between the two is that the law does not permit trucks and commercial traffic on Parkways. Within New York City, roads such as the Belt Parkway and the Grand Central Parkway are for passenger vehicles only. These roads are often narrow and have low overpasses. Many of these roads were designed by Robert Moses, …

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Coach BusSummer activities are in full swing.  Summer Camps are operating throughout Long Island and New York City. Travel sports leagues are running and taking kids all over the tri-state area.  Organizations like the Boy Scouts have camping trips upstate and across the region.  We take for granted that the used coach buses and school buses are well maintained. It is essential …

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A Tragic Accident in Schoharie, New York
On October 6th, 2018, a stretch limousine crashed just north of Schoharie, New York killing 20 people, including the driver, all 17 people in the limo and 2 pedestrians.  The New York State Department of Transportation had known about the issues with the car, previously ordering the car to be removed from service.  The owner did not comply …

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Woman call for an UberIf you have driven in Manhattan recently, you will notice that practically every car on the road is either a New York City Taxi or a vehicle with the T&LC plates of a car service.  The overwhelming majority of those car service vehicles are “Uber” vehicles.
Uber does not do background checks on their drivers
Unfortunately for Uber clients, the company …

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The Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the parent of the Long Island Rail Road, had announced that the reason that their on-time performance is suffering and why there are significant safety concerns is that they do not have enough cars to meet the demand of ridership on Long Island.
This announcement is quite the admission from the higher-ups at the MTA and LIRR. This disclosure …

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By all accounts, last week was a tragic week for the Long Island Rail Road. On Monday, February 25th, Newsday reported a delay to a $1 Billion project to install federally mandated safety equipment on Long Island Rail Road trains due to the contractor installing faulty equipment.
On its own, this news was enough to anger the regular commuters of America’s busiest Rail Service. This …

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