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"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That's Shabbas Stewart, founder and CEO of UNI, the company that makes eye catching, digitally connected bike parking pods. There's already one outside of Brooklyn's Atlantic Terminal and Journal Square in Jersey City. Stuart was brought on board with the Sunset Park developers to think about how his secure bike system could work in a building that sits above a subway station and in the renderings. The plan is far from your typical bike parking in a dingy basement, the greenery to seethe wall, stop carefully through to see the skylight to see you know the screens that have the transit arrival times, right? Have the by Lingle's, You know displays. Stewart says 33% of the spots will be reserved for free for working cyclists in Sunset Park delivery workers. Particularly ones that rely on expensive $2000 e bikes for their jobs, risk theft or worse. In East Harlem, a delivery worker recently refused to give up his bike and was fatally shot. For Stewart. His bike storage is a way to protect vulnerable New Yorkers who may lose work if they lose their bike. For some, this is a matter of can I feed my family? Can I send money back home? You know, I don't want to say that bike, parking his life and death. But this is going to be a facility that allows people to safeguard their livelihoods. It's a great idea, according to Glenn, D. C. Tourists in organizer with Lost delivery, Stas, you need us, which advocates for working cyclists. But she says delivery workers need secure places to leave their bikes all over the five boroughs will be great. You have faces like that entire city. But this is not the case. The city currently has 56,000 parking spots for bikes, not nearly enough to meet the demand that grew during the pandemic. Loony founder shit about Stuart hopes future developments in the city will be required to include secure Accessible bike parking on sight, just like the one coming to Sunset Park. Stephen Nessen w N. Y C news.

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"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Manhattan D. A. Can set the tone for criminal justice policy, well beyond New York City charge of the person will receive whether they will be held pretrial release recommendations on sentencing. Even when cases are being reviewed for parole, probation prosecutors Are often asked to weigh in. Many of the candidates are running as reformers looking to send fewer people to jails and prisons to candidates say they'll even cut the office's budget by half. For more on the D A's race and all of our 2021 local election coverage, go to gothamist dot com. Governor. Cuomo says there are no plans to make restaurant workers eligible to receive the cove in 19 vaccine. That's despite the state's plan to reopen indoor dining in New York City and less than two weeks. Cuomo called the issue a quote, cheap and insincere discussion because there aren't enough vaccines for people who are currently eligible. We already don't have enough. Who do you want to remove? You want to remove teachers, police. Fire 65 plus Do you want to remove? No answer. Numerous health experts say it's still too risky to resume indoor dining. But Cuomo says the state needs to balance health concerns and economic interests. Now that new cases and hospitalizations air down after the holidays. Some last minute shoppers hoping to stock up for the snowstorm realized they were a little too late Yesterday, Maria Rodriguez says she was surprised to see the target by the Atlantic Terminal and Brooklyn was closed. I should say if I have my coffee or my had soup and not coming, I going back home now. Light snow still falling this morning and we are still expecting some snow showers during the day today. Alternate.

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"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:01 min | 6 months ago

"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Son is sent to a juvenile detention center awards eligible It's all things considered on W. N Y. C. I'm Shawn Carlson. Well, the snowstorm has grounded planes at airports. It's also brought traffic and transit to a standstill. Yet some people still were outside today. W My see Stephen Nessen was one of them. He was in downtown Brooklyn, finding out why other people were Hey, Steven. There's um So the storm today one of the big things that shut down big shopping areas you today we're outside the target near Atlantic Terminal where their people out there today? Yes. Stop the presses Atlantic Terminal Mall was closed today. That people did keep showing up every couple minutes. Actually, I was quite surprised that they showed up with fresh clean sneakers. Not at all, like dressed for the weather, especially because the streets were such a mess. The crosswalks were so treacherous Really people climbing over, you know, 45 ft mounds of snow and dirty slush. But you know, Sleater Snow cannot stop people wanting to go to target just to pick up a few items. You were again also that that Atlantic terminal it's a big hug for the Long Island Railroad. It stopped running after three PM today, A lot of central workers had to be out where people stranded there. Yeah, Absolutely. I was there right at 3 30 when the last train departed, And after that the wall of train times just went dark and over the next couple hours every few minutes, someone would hustle down to the landing on Lee to find the wall blink and they just stare in disbelief like not one train is leaving. And ask them. Did you know the last train left at 3 30? There's a no no, of course they didn't cause these folks are essential workers. Sure. Nurses, hospital workers city workers, they didn't have a choice. They had to finish their date. S I would sort of hang out and see what they would do on I found, you know, like some person found like some friends to stay with another person debated whether an $87 taxi ride back to Queens was worth it. In one nurse from King's County just opted for a hotel room near Atlantic Terminal. Which she found was easy enough to book tonight. So, uh, maybe a little too early to say as the snow is still coming down, But do we know when service might be running normally again? Know. Remarkably Theo, empty A does not know when it will restore service to normal. We are hoping I should say the M T. A is hoping to make an announcement later tonight about what service tomorrow is gonna look like All right now above ground Subway service is halted is not running and Long Island Railroad trains. Metro North Trains are not running. Um, certainly it will be interesting to see what tomorrow is going to hold. But they are leaving us in suspense, and I should say if we have a minute, this is very much a surprise because at the start of this day theme today came out forcefully and said, no, we will not stop service. In a very abruptly catching. Like I said, many people off guard unknown that they would not be able to have a way to get home. Tomorrow s I get home tonight and then tomorrow it's unclear whether they'll be able to get back to their jobs. But I suspect is the snow lightens up. Snow removal will continue through the night. That's W my see Stephen Nessen. He was out earlier in downtown Brooklyn. The National Weather Service says We can expect up to about 2 Ft of Snow by the end of tomorrow, Stephen Thank you so much for taking one for the team and being out there today. Thank you. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Elsa Chang. And I'm Mary Louise Kelly. Unbelievably, we are nearing the one year anniversary of the coronavirus lockdown in this country, which means we have all now had more than 300 days to try to figure out How to keep some semblance of a social life. And I am talking now not about zoom calls or fire pit hangouts with your closest family and friends, but about the people you don't know quite well enough to go out of your way to see sociologist market Gran. Oh, Vetter gave these relationships and name weak ties. People on the periphery of your life. Coworkers, maybe other parents on the soccer sidelines. That guy who always said hi at the gym, Amanda Mall writes about them in the Atlantic in a piece titled The Pandemic has erased entire categories of friendships. A manimal welcome. Thank you for having me. What do we lose when we no longer have access to people who we didn't know all that well in the first place. Well, as it turns out, we lose a significant chunk of what makes up a human life. I think the American culture tends to encourage people to seek out all of their emotional and social outlet among people who are they're good friends, their partners, their family. Things like that we tend to over emphasize their value. But when we only interact with those people, we lose variety. We lose the opportunity to learn new things be introduced to new information to have low stakes social interactions with people who don't know all of our flaws and secrets and background. We lose serendipity. We lose an opportunity for Joy. It's a lot. It's a lot you're saying that we lose. Yes, we lose a great a great continuum of types of interactions and emotions. I'm thinking to even on the rare occasion where I am interacting with people with whom I have weak ties. It's so different the guy who cuts my hair and has for many years and I will confess that I Yes, I have gone to see him a couple times during the pandemic, but it's totally not the same. He's wearing a mask and wearing a mask. We can't really talk. I'm trying to get in out of there really fast. There's none of the serendipity and the joy to use a couple of the words that you put out there. Right. These interactions that we used to have the art transactions to be fair, and they always were that when we had the full use of our faculties when we could smile at people will make a doddle when we could chat when it wasn't dangerous to be close to people. These transactions had all these other elements that were psychologically satisfying for both parties. And now we don't have a lot of the psychological element. So you, you Strip all the humanity out. Just the transaction remains in. What we found is that our social interactions with people sort of make us more understanding and make us more generous, And now that we don't have them, it's hurting people's tips. It's hurting Yelp reviews. Things like that that make a difference in people's lives and livelihoods. You just said something that is going to stick with me that I've struggled to put my finger on articulating that so many of the interactions we have these days that humanity is gone. It's just the transaction that remains. Couldn't do that to another thing that you explore in the peace, which is the loss of weak ties and how that may be contributing to the growth of groups like Cuban on this past year. Yes. What I found in talking to experts is that people use their weak ties for a sense of grounding for a sense of community for a sense of belonging to the world outside of themselves..

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"atlantic terminal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:31 min | 8 months ago

"atlantic terminal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"ABC Alexis killed today. Tell Alexa play 77 w A. B. C. Del anyway, ABC traffic in transit on the Hut South found he's Lincoln Avenue. That right lane still out that unauthorized track to Taylor slammed into the overpass. They're gonna have to offload it going to be there for a while. North on route 17. We still have that full closure coming up the Hollywood Avenue in Ho Hocus tractor trailer fire from the overnight It's still in the process of being cleared. Apparently, it will be like that for a little while longer in the same deal as you travel out onto Route 15 south about coming into route 1 81 up in Jefferson Township. All lanes remain closed again that because of an ongoing accident now Trans authorities lays on the three be the F in the queue, and you also have delays on the Long Island Railroad. There is no service between Jamaican Atlantic Terminal pedestrian accident two and three cross honoring an alternate side again today suspended I'm Joe Nolan with traffic on talk radio 77 w. ABC individual rates Rich Valadez here and who doesn't love a good slice of pizza. I want to talk to you about the absolute best pizza in new York City. It's from my friends at Bravo, Pizza 107 West 37th Street there, pizza is simply out of this world. Authentic, old fashioned traditional style pizza, hot and delicious. Brought right to your door and their grandma slice. I just tried it last week, and it's gonna knock your socks off, along with their homemade pasta foodies out there. This is the best. Hidden gem pizza spot in New York. Bravo Pizza.

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"atlantic terminal" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:15 min | 9 months ago

"atlantic terminal" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Guts enoughto do an investigative report on this as someone someone's gonna one day have the guts If 60 minutes just had the guts, and I'm watching my language, the guts the courage to do a report on the 250,000 covert death. How many of those are actually covert Does And now I want somebody go in and check out what's wrong with our election because you know what already? It's looking like once Once Joe Biden gets in, and once the far left gets in, we're Venezuela. It's starting to look like that now. You know, but rest assured the good thing about it. If there's any good thing about it, and we still have to December 14th. What may happen is at least we'll get somebody to look at this election system our whole election process and is tainted in the United States of America. And it's not unlike Venezuela at this point, Jo on the radio 20 minutes after seven o'clock, sorry if I'm fired up, But I am and we love you for listening and don't and no matter what happens, we will get through it. You and I was strong. We can deal with this and we're not going to get down. We're just gonna go onward and forward. All right, Errol Lewis is gonna I want to talk about what's going on in New York. Errol Lewis has his post on what's happening with the mayor with the governor, the governor going back and forth with the reporters yesterday. Did you see that? That and the schools are closed? What do you suppose to do it? Your kid? Errol Louis will join us Congressman Mike Kelly will give us a break down in Pennsylvania. Dr Smith again in the eight o'clock hour. And you always by the way at 87797 29 99 fired up dead. Here we go, blood pressure up, locked and loaded. Watch out for the blood pressure. Watch out for the blood pressure taken depress. I'm telling you It's like I feel like you right now. I'm gonna put you right. You know what? You're right. Maybe I need a day away because I see all the news and and you just get so pent up and you see what's wrong and you wanted to scream at the television. They just go. No, that's not right. Made up. We'll get their dead. We'll get them and you always calm us down every morning, Debbie. We appreciate Debbie doing looking out for your other roads. 7 21 on am 9 70 the answer. Oh, that was funny. Seeing the governor getting feisty the reporters yesterday that was very entertaining. Lost it. I loved it Good for you, Joe. Let's see what's happening on the eastbound at Voter Parkway to disable truck over there. It's kind of busy a pioneer Dr getting out toward North Thompson driving too. They would. The problem is an accident with icy conditions reported over there definitely want to be really careful out there this morning. Let's go out to the l I double are some trains being canceled that you're making and diverted to Atlantic Terminal because of a track condition and one of the East River tunnels, getting reports of a problem on the cross, Bronx East and out by the Bruckner. It's an accident. Over there. Traffic is moving slowly on Riverside Drive. Looks like it's subject to close your seventies for the eighties with ongoing fire department activity over on the Cross Island north and right by the Grand Central. That's a collision and it's busy on the van Wyk south at Rockaway Boulevard, but an accident there was cleared out of the way. Let's see what's happening as you take a ride over to Ruth, three eastbound heavy out by the Meadowlands. Probably cloudy today high in the upper forties. I'm Debbie, Do him with your Piscopo am 9 70 the answer. Sponsored by indeed it..

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"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We'll have Omni screens writers, who have a credit card with a wifi symbol on it or a digital wallet on their phone or watch will be able to tap, it on the reader, and pay for a single ride. No need to sign up for anything. Just show up and tap. Liden says the MTA is rolling it out slowly. So it can check for any hiccups, whether it's the miles of new fiber optic wire connecting the stations or the new readers themselves. We wanna make sure that we have all of that completely under control before launching this on the entire system. That's the lesson the MTA learned from Chicago, which had a rocky rollout of its tap and pay paycard in twenty thirteen. There is a system wide outage during rush hour and customer service was so over well-named users couldn't get anyone on the phone local comedians, even wrote a song about it. Number. Company behind that rollout is the same one that the MTA contracted to do on me. It's called cubic it created our current metro card, and it runs fare payment systems in Boston, and London as well while the MTA is confident there be any Chicago style problems here. Not everyone is so sure the MTA can handle it not based on my experience. Ta there anything that's been a crowning success standing in front of an Omni reader at Atlantic terminal. Amy Schaeffer says she hopes it works out into technology in the Senate making a little easier and faster as long as it's fate than identity protected and all that. It's a concern, a lot of writers have earlier this year, Christy did more the director of strategy for cubic addressed it at a UK trade fair when asked by the moderator how cubic protects users data. She said, so anyone that owns the cell phone is sending your personal information. Your data your movements your shopping everything too. Someone already anyway. The reality is that ship this sales in the US cubic end EMT a didn't reply to questions about how it plans to protect data. It was just fifteen years ago that we saw last subway token, and now New York City is on the precipice of one of the biggest makeovers to its public space refreshing to have something new Mitchell. Moss director of the NYU Rudin center for transportation is looking forward to the change having something modern in this century old technology called the subway is going to be people can like it. Enjoy words. Like enjoy aren't what most people associate with the subway but changes coming. And maybe that will to Stephen Nessin WNYC news. WNYC is supported by fiddler on the roof directed by Joel grey..

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"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Structures, including homes, businesses and schools all twenty seven thousand residents were ordered to evacuate NPR's. Nathan Ron says to other fires are burning in southern California. One of them not far from Thousand Oaks where twelve people were shot to death at a bar a pair of wildfires. Sprung up in Ventura County yesterday as emergency responders were coping with the loss of one of their own fire, trucks and law enforcement line to highway to honor fallen Ventura County. Sheriff deputy Ron Hillis who ran into the borderline bar and grill Wednesday night to confront the shooter hours later that highly was closed as wind driven. Fires torched the surrounding hillsides Nathan rot NPR news work on the keystone XL pipeline is being halted as Eric Whitney with Montana public radio. Reports. A federal judge says a permit issued by the Trump administration does not comply with environmental laws, the indigenous environmental network in allied groups sued citing threats to the Missouri river, which is a source of drinking water for tribal and non native communities. They also said extracting Canadian tar sands oil would accelerate climate change. A federal judge agreed and ordered the Trump administration to do more environmental analysis. This is NPR news from Washington, and this is WNYC in New York. It's eight thirty two. Good morning. I'm David I forty six degrees in New York City. Rain is on the way today later this afternoon. Many many things went wrong on election day in New York City as you've been hearing, and perhaps experienced yourself WNYC's. Gwen HOGAN has uncovered another one a few additional inches of paper. This year's ballot was thirty four inches long in most of the city in Brooklyn, queens, it was four inches longer. Because. Those boroughs had more races and the board of elections new this might cause problems. Here's executive director. Michael Ryan, speaking at a public meeting in October nineteen inch ballots historically have created more issues on election day than the seventeen inch about at that meeting. Commissioners asked about scanners Channing Ryan said poll workers were trained to alternate the scanners if we do the rotation properly and all of the scanners are utilized. And and we have fifty percent turn out which would be a record in a in a gubernatorial. We shouldn't have a problem, but the system broke down, and it was up to poll workers to put it back together. Again, like, John Mason. He says machine started jamming as soon as his polling site in Windsor terrace opened three of us scanner workers took all the ballots out and reshuffled them. So they were flat because they were coming down curled, and they were sticking up, and it was shutting down the scanners. His twenty three year old son Fenton was working at a pulse. Nearby, and it his point place voters shoved ballots in emergency boxes, and when does filled up his pulse. Eight coordinator called for help repeatedly calling the board of elections. I heard her say all our machines are down all of our emergency. Ballot boxes are full. We have no idea what we're gonna do. Now worked from five AM until past midnight. The next day. He says he'll never be a poll worker again, Gwen HOGAN, WNYC news checking in on the commute. There are thirty minute. Delays on New Jersey transit's port Jervis line because of earlier Amtrak signal problems L I R train services suspended in both directions between Atlantic terminal Jamaica due to a trespass or on the tracks. NYC transit is cross honoring tickets at Atlantic terminal and thirty fourth street. There are also fifteen minute delays on the Long Beach branch due to a broken rail and southbound trains running with delays because of signal problems forty six degrees now. Hi this afternoon of fifty. Two degrees. Rain is expected and it could be heavy starting after three o'clock support for.

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"atlantic terminal" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic terminal" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Back to Westchester avenue. Northbound Bronx river heavy to Allerton with construction the Degan heavy northbound from basically the triborough bridge to the cross Bronx west side is not bad yet. Couple of minutes at the Lincoln and the Holland outbound about ten to fifteen of both westbound Newark bay extension. Very heavy that has construction going on belt westbound at the van Wyk. It's a crash. And track issues near Atlantic terminal. Four Brooklyn trains tonight at Penn station will be cancelled during the evening rush. There will be cross honoring this report sponsored by Maximus smart security, lights at Costco. Imagine getting HD video of all activity at your door from your smartphone. That's what maximum smart security lights, do plus much more talk live with visitors from anywhere better than a video doorbell and so easy to install get maximum security lights at your local, Costco. I'm Adrian Watson next traffic update at three thirty on seven ten W O R and the forecast coming up in SRP, invoice list price dealer, price, Toby Knapp here, if your car shopping, you've probably heard these terms, but what do they mean? It's so confusing. Well, it was confusing not anymore. I'm telling you about true price from truecar. It's a price that actually means something because it's the exact price you'll pay for the car you want, including fees and accessories and best of all, you'll know if you're true prices competitive because truecar shows you what other people are paying for the same car that you want. So when you're ready to buy a new or used car, visit truecar to enjoy a more confident car buying. Experience just feeling my mental aspect everything. Everything is better. For a limited time use discount code W, O R, and we'll take thirty five percent off your first preferred set of fruits and veggies and have them shipped to you free. Call eight hundred two four six eight seven five one that's one eight hundred two four six eight seven five one or go online to balanceofnature dot com and use discount code W, O R,.

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"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In washington i'm dave mattingly police in texas say the man who blew himself up this morning and a vehicle in round rock is the person they believe carried out this month series of bombings in austin he was traced to a hotel along interstate thirty five for the second time the us supreme court is staying the execution of missouri death row inmate russell buck lou has marshall griffin with saint louis public radio reports buck lou fatally shot a man in nineteen ninetysix buckley's suffers from a medical condition that's led malformed blood vessels in tumors near his air passageways as attorneys argued that missouri's execution drug pentobarbitone would cause the tumors swell resulting in bleeding and causing him to suffocate the high court will now review a lower court ruling that stated lou could not say for sure that the execution drug would cause choking or bleeding more than nine thousand airline flights in the us are delayed or canceled today because of the latest nor'easter snow ice and strong winds are expected in major cities from washington to boston the national weather service says new york city could receive nineteen inches of snow by tonight here's npr's joel rose thousands of people across the northeast lost power in previous storms and there is a distinct possibility that will happen again forecast calls for heavy wet snow that could bring down trees and power lines again and utilities are bringing an extra workers from out of state in preparation i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington and i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york many people in this region are taking today's stormy snowy weather in stride as they go about their daily routine peter vargas works handing out newspapers outside of atlantic terminal in brooklyn good morning way people up in the morning i know how that feels vargas is out.

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Missouri inmate granted stay hours before execution due to rare condition

Morning Edition

01:47 min | 3 years ago

Missouri inmate granted stay hours before execution due to rare condition

"In washington i'm dave mattingly police in texas say the man who blew himself up this morning and a vehicle in round rock is the person they believe carried out this month series of bombings in austin he was traced to a hotel along interstate thirty five for the second time the us supreme court is staying the execution of missouri death row inmate russell buck lou has marshall griffin with saint louis public radio reports buck lou fatally shot a man in nineteen ninetysix buckley's suffers from a medical condition that's led malformed blood vessels in tumors near his air passageways as attorneys argued that missouri's execution drug pentobarbitone would cause the tumors swell resulting in bleeding and causing him to suffocate the high court will now review a lower court ruling that stated lou could not say for sure that the execution drug would cause choking or bleeding more than nine thousand airline flights in the us are delayed or canceled today because of the latest nor'easter snow ice and strong winds are expected in major cities from washington to boston the national weather service says new york city could receive nineteen inches of snow by tonight here's npr's joel rose thousands of people across the northeast lost power in previous storms and there is a distinct possibility that will happen again forecast calls for heavy wet snow that could bring down trees and power lines again and utilities are bringing an extra workers from out of state in preparation i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington and i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york many people in this region are taking today's stormy snowy weather in stride as they go about their daily routine peter vargas works handing out newspapers outside of atlantic terminal in brooklyn good morning way people up in the morning i know how that feels vargas is out.

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"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"February nineteenth criticized for mishandling the crisis president muhammadu buhari indicated he would pursue negotiations with the doctors rather than launching a military offensive against them last month seizure of one hundred and ten schoolgirls aged between eleven and nineteen appeared to be a copycat kidnapping of the massive deduction for years ago by boko haram affair be aqua stockton npr news this is npr this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake could saito ford's thirty five degrees and the fourth nor'easter in three weeks is underway in manhattan we'll see heavy wet snow falling nearly all day today as well as the rest of the tristate area anywhere from twelve to eighteen inches of snow is expected in the region along with flooding along the coast and high winds gusting up to forty miles per hour one thing is for certain today's commute will be tricky here's meteorologist brian some nike with the national weather service the evening commute certainly looks like a much worse commute home than the commute going in will be i mean i'm not saying that commute in the morning is going to be a great right either if any anytime you have some type of frozen precipitation falling it does make for slick roadways and we can check in now with the morning commute wnyc's danny lewis is checking in with commuters at atlantic terminal in brooklyn he joins us now danny good morning what's the scene like there hey richard so things are looking pretty smooth so far for folks coming in from long island trains on time you know people generally all right with the weather so far the commute home that you know of course people are worried about i spoke to sheila washington she's an executive assistant from west babylon she said she's mostly worried about the commute home and you know she might be a little bit early but she she was concerned she might take tomorrow off you know to whether the rest of the storm seems like a lot of people are taking today off as well because they're afraid to get stuck in the city does it seem like there's not many people coming in.

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"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Npr news i'm scott schaefer in san diego in syria there is little sign of truth in it damascus suburb then pierce with sherlock has mar a un ceasefire as syria was by could try to bring relief to the besieged damascus suburbs of easton gupta but it being pounded by asked rights that have killed hundreds in the past week but now iran an ally of the syrian regime has said the treaty should not apply to this area in comments carried by rainy in me media iran's military chief of staff general mohammed baccari said the truce would not be respected in parts of the grew to suburbs because that controlled by rebels who iran and syria considered to be terrorists activists in the rebel enclave reports still more asterix and doctors in the area say they don't have the medicines they need to treat the wounded reassure look npr news and the un security council voted unanimously four that temporary ceasefire this weekend you're listening to npr news from washington and this is wnyc in new york on sean carlsson new york state legislators are due back in albany on tuesday after a week off and transit advocates want to make sure empty a funding is on their minds as they negotiate the state budget due on april first with an easel and a pointer members of the riders lines will be conducting civics lessons in subway stations across the city this week they're hoping commuters will contact their representatives and ask for more money in the budget to fix subways one writer atlantic terminal capable yacht appreciated the group's effort already near that has service can be pretty difficult but i'm happy that people are putting their energies into doing something productive a spokesman for the mta declined to comment on funding for the mta but said thousands of empty employees spent the weekend fixing signals and repairing tracks after analysing mayor de blasio's preliminary budget city controller scott stringer created what he calls.

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"atlantic terminal" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

AppleInsider Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"atlantic terminal" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

"What changes about a store when it's a flagship type standalone store what are the kinds of things that they're doing now you know they all have unique designs apples one of those companies is very conscious of the neighborhood around them the look and feel of it and they want to for example they're going into an older building on established location they want to kind of melt into it if it's new rebuilding they wanted to kind of kabul meant what what's going on there so if you think about apple's grand central store it does seem really think you're walking news stories ascope some stairs and then all of a sudden you're still in grand central terminal but now you're there's an apple stores is kinda there but it just feels a part of the terminal very organic the upper east side in manhattan they opened his stored in old bank and they kept certain parts of the bank and they're like one of the the accessory rooms is a bank vault and see walk through the door of the bank vault to go on and check it out but this rebel watch demo is in the bank nia so this downtown stories of it's a very booming area of high rise going in a certain to feel like manhattan there um so it's new construction it's a it's a new building there and it's kind of a it's an intersection were two two roads kind of sort of run into each other to main main roads are big roads and it's right next to atlantic terminal and the barclay centre where the brooklyn nets in new york islanders play and as much concert said sick of a atlantic terminal is like the the main transportation hub of a brooklyn if you're coming in from long island in taking the train you end up at atlantic terminal and then a bunch of major trains converge there that station souza's the lot going on and so as soon as you walk out of the terminal boom right there is this big beautiful apple store with.

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"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Apartments for the poorest new yorkers but officials with it of laws you administration say it's crucial to serve a range of incomes and that it's working with both groups to fight the city's affordability crisis and a note to commuters the long island railroad has restored service between atlantic terminal and jamaica in both directions after earlier signal truck double but there are residual delays antigay continues to cross honor via the two and three subway lines atlantic terminal and penn station tonight mostly clear we have a low in the mid 40s currently fifty nine degrees under clear skies in central park at 506 support for npr comes from fox searchlight with a newfound goodbye christopher robin about when he the pool author a milne and his son whose toys inspired the children's tales starring donald gleason and margo robby in select theaters now everywhere november 3rd from npr news this is all things considered i'm kelly mcevers in culver city california and i married always kelley in washington where there was a show of unity today at the white house president trump and senate majority leader mitch mcconnell met for a power line shannon held an unscheduled rose garden news conference now in the past trump has openly criticised mcconnell for his handling of the republican agenda today the president had this to say my relationship with this gentleman is outstanding has been outstanding and here's jeff bennett joins us from the white house with more hither jeff in mary louise so what's the message here that republicans are united he's burying the hatchet always well that's what they're saying publicly i think as the as the gop pivots away from the collapse of the effort to repeal and replace the affordable care act in then moves to ward this push to a to overhaul the nation's tax system on what is a fairly ambitious time line i think in raw political terms they realize they need to at least per reject a sense of unity and take action on taxes or pay the consequences at the ballot box in the midterm elections president trump even acknowledged as much today i can say this if we get taxes approved we're going.

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"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Earthquake damage for npr news i'm danielle carson in pasadena california this is npr news and this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm sean carlsson new jersey republican congressman leonard lance says he cannot completely rule out the possibility that president trump or his election campaign participated in a criminal conspiracy with russia speaking on msnbc land says he wants to take president trump at his word that he did know about a meeting between his son campaign advisers and russian connected lawyers and lobbyists in june of last year but he says congress will get to the bottom of it i hope is being accurate and truthful but certainly donald trump jr will be asked about that when he comes before the congress in an open committee hearing donald trump jr has been invited to testify before the senate judiciary committee the mta chairman says he's cautiously optimistic after the first week of the intensive track repairs the penn station jolo to says regional ridership did not plummet the number of morning commuters on a long island railroad stayed the same but was spread out around peak hours and many of them commuted in different times of day even they normally do for which i'm berg very bank loaded did say that many commuters avoided penn station in used other transit hub like atlantic terminal in brooklyn ridership a penn station was down eight percent in the morning and one percent in the evening as for the weeks to come boeta says quote we're getting through it together look at a forecast for the rest of our weekend here real nice day today it'll be partly sunny through the day we'll see highs in the mid '80s later this afternoon mostly clear for tonight with a low around 70 looking ahead to tomorrow sunday it'll be sunny through they hydrogen about eighty seven degrees and then by tomorrow night partly cloudy with a low around seventy one is starting to heat up outside right now it's seventy four degrees partly cloudy in central park stay with us you're listening to w icy at wnycorg.

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"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"System that does not have a paper backup for npr news i'm steven fowler in atlanta the latest round of syrian peace talks has ended without a breakthrough in efforts aimed at ending the country's sixyear conflict but lee such lime reports the un mediator says progress has been made un mediator steffan de mistura says he aims to build on the incremental progress when the next round of syrian peace talks is convened in early september he says he hopes the warring parties finally will agreed to meet face to face were there by the fbi the national moment of debt if benefiting our work any helping you may be able to actually push old site to finally give the same it'll result talking about for a usrussian brokered ceasefire in southern syria last week is largely holding and has improved the atmosphere in the negotiations main issues under discussion shen include drafting of the new syrian constitution and holding free and fair elections for npr news and lisa shrine in geneva and you're listening to npr news in washington and this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm sean carlsson new jersey republican congressman leonard land says he cannot completely rule out the possibility that president trump or his election campaign participated in a criminal conspiracy with russia speaking on msnbc land says he wants to take president trump at his word that he did not know about a meeting between his son campaign advisers and russian connected lawyers and lobbyist in june of last year but he says congress will get to the bottom of it i hope is being accurate and truthful but certainly donald trump jr will be asked about that when he comes before the congress in an open committee hearing donald trump jr has been in vited to testify before the senate judiciary committee the mta chairman says he's cautiously optimistic after the first week of the intensive track repairs the penn station jolo to says regional ridership did not plummet the number of warning commuters in the long island railroad stayed the same but with spread out around peak hours and many of them commuter in different time of day then they normally do for which i'm very the bank loaded did say that many commuters avoided penn station and used other transit hub like atlantic terminal in brooklyn after the.

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"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And around the city today the mta is warning commuters headed to penn station on the long island railroad to expect delays and cancellations all morning due to attract condition outside of the east river tunnels meanwhile new york city transit is cross honoring tickets on the eu trainer jamaica q gardens in forest hills on the two and three at atlantic terminal and on the seven train at woodside some an and our trains are still bypassing eighth street nyu you right now due to fire department activity around yesterday's apartment building blaze and six e and f trains are also running with delays also the manhattan bound side of the brooklyn bridge is partially blocked due to police activity the new york state assembly has passed a bill extending may oral control of city schools but not without their own deals political reporter jimmy veal kind says legislators are used the mayor all control of new york city schools as a bargaining tool for their own legislation would what if you are treated mic everyone act rivera issued under the mix where we are now is that a film it was unclear whether there will be a massive agreement on a lot of issues or whether there will be a simple agreement on a few issues or there will be no action at all the bill now goes to the state senate and governor cuomo may extend the special session multiple times until lawmakers can agree on a deal after days of jury selection the federal securities fraud trial of former hedge funds ceo martin skrela's finally started in opening statements yesterday prosecutors accused the thirtyfouryearold of losing investors money through bad trades then looting of drug company for ten million dollars in a secret scheme to pay them back the defense attorney says shkreli is innocent and called his client a genius at making money we'll have a mix of sun and clouds today a little under breezy side highs around eighty one degrees right now seventy one degrees in central park wnyc hello and welcome to these after the bbc world service we all covered you lie from london by james menendez in just a moment will be heading to hong kong also a little exert.

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"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"atlantic terminal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Way is some of them are going to be cancelled but a lot of them will be rerouted to i places like hunters points and i jamaica an atlantic terminal so i riders will then have to take uh they're they're going to set of a ferry says some there and they're going to try to run ferries from glen cove and also from ally on city so but commuters are going to have to take of of right things in the news he got a train to jamaica in and take some buses that will run into midtown or they you know there's some there's going to be some park ride zor they can get on a ferry it it's definitely going owing to uh to lengthen everyone's commutes in in both directions from fifteen fewer direct trains could penn station in the morning seventeen fewer trains leaving in the evenings though we should point out that the eyes also adding a few new rushhour trains to pan for this period and lengthening some raines do you know any more about which lines those will affect the those it and those will be on uh that that babylon line and on us it'll it'll vary according to the the day's by it should affect about ninety six hundred i riders in total that that the total changes that they're going to make uh that's coming he affected on their also canceling three overnight lines that affect about i ninety commuter subtle and they don't have any any other ways for it for them to get in there are those be the overnight lines some of these alternatives are more complex than the new jersey changes so let's go through these a little bit more in detail what you were mentioning a new ferry will run.

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