Citi Bike, NYC bike share. Photo (cc) ccho. Gawker: Tycoon’s Pet Newspaper Thinks For-Profit Citi Bikes Are Socialism The Observer objects to Citi Bike not because the bikes are hideous or dangerous—the editors mention, but shrug off, the possibility of “accidents involving goofy tourists,” which for many New Yorkers is a plus—but because of… socialism. Yes! Citi Bike “represents another …
Sharrows, earthquake recovery, our 1960’s infrastructure, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Video shows Lower Manhattan blacked out due to Hurricane Sandy.
Post election and post Sandy items in today’s News & Notes.
NYC has suffered greatly post superstorm Sandy. While we still have a long ways to go, people are starting to go back to work and venture out of their homes.
Mayor’s Office: Super Storm Sandy Frequently Asked Questions
Amtrak will provide modified Northeast Regional service between Boston and New Haven, Conn., and between Newark, N.J., and points south, on Thursday, November 1.
Video from Misquamicut Beach yesterday.
…the pilings go all the way to hell and the devil has a hold on them.
Sandy in Point Judith and Providence in today’s GC: Photos.
RIDOT aerial photos from South County show the extent of damage done by Hurricane Sandy.
Recycling and trash collection in Providence resumes tomorrow, however the schedule has been modified as follows:
RIPTA has detours in place today on Routes 14 and 66 due to issues related to Hurricane Sandy. The RIde Program is suspended except for vital medical trips. RIPTA warns to expect minor delays on all routes.
We’ve been updating this post as we come across photos on Twitter.
If you carefully take photos related to Hurricane Sandy this week, please share them in our Flickr Group.
If you’re in India Point Park, you’re on the wrong side of the Hurricane Barrier, good luck!