Queens Hotel, Stephen Nessen And Brooklyn Bridge discussed on All of It


Con Ed experience problems with a high voltage cable known as a feeder. And it says the dip in voltage followed a manhole fire in Queens Hotel says she wants answers. Let me be very clear. Last night was unacceptable. If you're one of those riders are people relying on safe transport the system failed you. The to is the lifeblood of the city. Disruption of this magnitude can be catastrophic. The governor says. Five trains were stopped between stations and had to be evacuated with about 550 people affected service was finally restored after one a.m.. Starting today, Drivers should expect more delays than usual on the Brooklyn Queens Expressway. W N. Y c. Stephen Nessen reports from Atlantic Avenue to the Brooklyn Bridge. The number of lanes will be reduced from 3 to 2 in both directions. It's part of the city's plan to reduce stress on the stacked triple cantilever section of the BQE that's deteriorated and could need major repair soon. The Department of Transportation says taking away Elaine will reduce weight on the roadway and extend its lifespan. It's also widening those two lanes to try and prevent crashes. The city also plans to find overweight trucks that aren't allowed on the BQE and waterproof the pavement. Mayor de Blasio hopes these steps will buy another 20 years before

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