Hello everyone! What a strange few days it’s been. The follow-up news to Byford’s departure is the signaling expert Byford brought in, Pete Tomlin, has…
Aaron Gordon
Last year I attended the re-opening of the southern entrance of the G at Metropolitan (the entry is at Hope & Union by the West Café). Anyway, it was a…
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In case you haven’t heard the news, Andy Byford resigned today. I will have much more to say about this in the coming days. But for now, I will note th…
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Hello, my beloved Signal Problems friends! It has been a while, and I come bearing news. Starting Monday, I will be the new senior writer at Motherboar…
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Over the last month, Andrew Cuomo has made it quite clear what he thinks of the subway. He believes it is a crime-ridden, dangerous place. He thinks th…
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New York City makes me feel very rich and very broke. I will be strolling through Prospect Park on a crisp fall evening as the sun slowly descends acro…
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About a month ago, the MTA released a list of $54 billion worth of major projects to be done over the next five years—a twice-a-decade rigmarole known …
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In the history of Signal Problems, I have never dedicated an entire edition to good news. I mean, let’s be honest, the MTA hasn’t given us an awful lot…
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There used to be a hell of a lot of fraud reporting On-Time Performance. When did it stop?
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Hello, my dear Signal Problems readers! How are you? I miss you all and your glorious Dog in a Bag submissions. Even though Signal Problems is no more,…
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Everyone please leave the train. Thank you for riding with Signal Problems.
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Welcome to Part II of the Signal Problems Exit Interview Mailbag. Today we’ll focus on non-transit stuff such as the newsletter itself, journalism in g…
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