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"penn station" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Gwendolyn Stegall on NYC's Lesbian Bars Since 1910
"The show wendelin. Thank you for having me. I understand that you have a kind of unique background being an architect and the in the field of architecture and yet your master's thesis was based on the history of lesbian gathering spaces in new york city That seemed like a little bit of an unusual bland. It's not something i would expect. The average person with their eyes set on architecture to be doing as a master's thesis just to clarify the master's thesis was for my historic preservation degree. So i i had two degrees architecture and historic preservation So this was part of the preservation work but even for preservation. It's an unusual topic. I will say that preservation as a field is broadening its scope it started as preserve penn station preserve the beautiful buildings that are in danger of disappearing. And there's still a lot of that and still a lot of you know houses. A founding fathers and things like that but The story is starting to expand as in many fields We are starting to tell deeper stories and more stories. So you know if you have a historic house museum for example the story of its gay occupant. Maybe was never told. And now it's starting to be told or if you have a house of a slave owner. The stories of the slaves are starting to told things like that. So the field is expanding. And i see my work as part of the expansion of this field. And i very lucky to have many wonderful allies in this work in new york and certainly It's a place where the idea of historic preservation has a field is growing quickly. So
Man threatens Asian-American undercover officer in New York City
"Police officer of Asian descent in the face in Penn Station yesterday. Vivian Rodriguez, who's 35 was arrested around 1:20 P.m. inside the station. New Yorkers continue to voice their concerns over the anti Asian hate crimes just said as me so much to see, like happens in New York City. It's so diverse here. The NYPD task force has been all over the city in the last two weeks looking to capture hate crime suspects amid the rash of attacks on Asian Americans. Right. It was the last day for parents to switch their New York
Man Threatened to Stab Undercover Asian New York PD Officer
"Man is under arrest. After threatening to stab an undercover Asian police officer on Friday afternoon, NYPD says the detective was placed in Penn Station as a decoy to root out perpetrators of hate crimes. I've never felt more unsafe walking around in the city. It's just saddens me so much to see like happens in New York City. It's so diverse here 35 year old juvie in Rodriguez reportedly approached the undercover detective on an escalator and said Go back to China before you end up in the bleeping graveyard. Cops say he then threatened to stab the detective in the face. The NYPD task force has been all over the city the past two weeks looking to capture hate crime suspects amid the rash of attacks on Asian Americans. Rodriguez is the second suspect arrested in a week. He faces harassment and hate crime charges.
Cuomo Plans Continued Development of Penn Station and Midtown | WNYC News New York
"Is proposing an infrastructure infrastructure plan plan for for New New York York City City that that he he says says will will jump jump start start the the economy. economy. WN WN Y Y sees sees Stephen Stephen Nessen Nessen reports. reports. The The $306 $306 billion billion plan plan focuses focuses on on midtown midtown Manhattan and would include a new train station called Penn South for NJ Transit commuters and a new Port Authority bus terminal and will be the most ambitious mass transit development in the United States of America. Large scale projects often get stuck in bureaucratic delays like Penn South, which will Is in a long stalled plan to build a new tunnel under the Hudson River and eight new tracks, all of which needs federal money. But with Democrats in power in Washington, Cuomo says these projects and more Will receive the support they need.
New York gets new train hub, in transformed postal building
"The first trains rolled out of a new train hub in New York City the Moynihan train hall replaces the cramped and dingy Penn station across the street writer Anton Titov says this new station is a big improvement this reminds me off more that they're saying Paris because that's a former train station with a lot of light coming from the roof the station is illuminated by a ninety two foot high skylight featuring more than an acre of glass can't Lafferty is impressed it's already open they had it finished so quickly and it looks so beautiful in the midst of a pandemic the station opened on time Tim duvall says this is a good sign for the future a really good opportunity for us to see how New York can be revived the station is named after the late senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan I'm a Donahue
New York's New Moynihan Train Hall Is Set To Open January 1st
"Hall is set to open January 1st in a press release, Governor Cuomo's office says the $1.6 billion project transforms the century old James a Farley Post office building into a modern transit hub and says the new quarter million square foot space space will will increase increase Penn Penn Station Station size size by by 50%. 50%. After After the the original original print print plan plan was was criticized criticized as as a a taxpayer taxpayer funded funded mall mall that that did did little little to to address address train train service. service. Governor Cuomo proposed adding eight new tracks to increase capacity of Penn Station Ah, plan that require acquisition of an entire blocks south of the the midtown midtown midtown transit transit transit hub. hub. hub. Construction Construction Construction on on on the the the train train train hall hall hall began began began in in in 2017, 2017, 2017, and and and it's it's it's named named named for for for the the the late late late New New New York York York Senator Senator Senator Daniel Daniel Daniel Daniel Daniel Daniel Patrick Patrick Patrick Mon Mon Mon him him him who who who advocated advocated advocated for for for the the the project project project for for for many many many years. years. years.
"penn station" Discussed on 710 WOR
"This was a Diana. The snow queen of Penn Station fresh from Reykjavik trying to be else for the Christmas there. You have lights blinking around your forehead of golden Silver Santa hat. Gem encrusted face meant Yes. Got a white bow on what else? Fur jacket. Talks. Rabbit fox. Yes, I'm ready. I'm ready. I'm ready for anything. Everything possible day I am in America. I'm ready for everything. Okay. Good luck. My boat is like your book. I just got it from Urban outfitters. Only $49 like it's now both. You want one. You want to give me one boot? Why not? Hey, Alice. Alice. Alice. Alice could find us. Ask her if she knows Jeffrey Toobin, Huh? Hey, Alice. Uh, Alice, we are. We're basically at a time, but That's right, man. It's all right. It was a fun time. It's like walking into a Fellini movie and Penn Station man. These people are whacked out and there was a guy begging for hugs. And I'm looking at him going. What are you talking about? You know there's a pandemic. People hug me. People have me people hooked me all the time. The homeless people their plan is is to get brushed out of Penn Station and then come back in. That's their plan for the snow Storm or Alice is calling it calling it snow vid. Thanks, Alice. Talk to the market. Can we come back? What are the latest model saying about the storm? I'm gonna check in with Ray stage IQ at the weather channel. Next. Hey, we celebrate the best in podcasting at our 2021 I Heart radio Podcast awards happening Thursday, January 21st almost 100.
"penn station" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"You about my day yesterday. We spent the first hour covering all these stories, and we'll get back to all of them major stories like the latest with Hunter Biden. Texas Big day today for maybe Donald Trump in the election. Thank Fang and Eric Swalwell. Fine and the vaccines, possibly on the way to New York as early as Saturday with over 70,000 doses got all those stories and we've got great guests like here in Lower and Bill O'Reilly coming on. But take a little time to talk about what they saw. I leave yesterday. And I'm heading back towards the West side and I actually did something that I didn't promote in the morning, but I'll talk about it now by actually helped out deliver knapsacks. With inside these knapsacks, get everything from soap to shampoo to soda. All the things that you would need if you're a homeless person living on the cold streets of New York. All the stuff you would need to survive. So much. Well, did we do this? Some transformation sometime? I mean, essentially six months ago you wanted like the homeless on fire. Exactly. Right. I'm now you turned into Mother Teresa. I don't know what happened. I'm not even sure I feel any differently, to be honest. But I met my body Tony yesterday out in front of Penn Plaza Penn Station and hey, had a huge truck. And it was about 10 of us volunteers on these knapsacks. We're really heavy. They were filled with supplies. You lose a bet or something? Hell, by the way, How is Penn Penn Station? Well, still a hellhole. It is a hellhole and I'll tell you how. I don't miss it. I'll tell you what I can prove that So the whole idea was. We grabbed all these knapsacks. All these volunteers and we walked through Penn Station looking for homeless to give him out. And we gave out half the truck on the way down the stairs. Yes. And that I thought it was over that I'm like, OK, I've done my good deed for the day. I've done my mitzvah tonight Being the first night of Konica. You know a lot of the reason why this has happened to me and I don't really sound like a stuck up in that fine is Katima TD's He has done so many things since taking over and he helps with so many people, the police the veterans, the P A. L that I almost feel if I'm gonna work for this guy and his lovely wife. I almost feel like I have to be somewhat like them. He has inspired. Yes, he is the grace of philanthropist and very active. Yes, in the community as well as being look, I said yesterday he's a sweetheart, because I said, talked with me invited me to his office for almost a half hour. Ah, sweetheart. Yes, but probably a killer in the board room is well, he's good guys, but he's a smart man. So a couple of weeks ago when we did the thing for Saint Francis pantries and food shelters, and we went outside the ST John's Church by Madison Square Garden and handed out turkeys all those great athletes Dwight Gooden at Crane, Poole, Tommy a G. John Tommy H. E. Uh, no, not Tommy age. It was not what's his name Shams Shams. Keep our time. Stark's Earl, the Pearl Monroe Anyway, we handed out turkeys old day and that inspired Me. So here. Not only did I hand out all these knapsacks in Penn Station yesterday, But then Tony goes. Listen. He gets all of us together outside the truck on 31st. Tonight he goes now we gotta go down to while Grand Central By foot. So now I'm carrying like four backpacks. They weigh about £20 of peace. When you walk from Penn Station to Grand Central. Yeah, which is fine. It's only about a 10 block walk obviously 11 blocks but taking a taxi. We couldn't because you had, like 10 of us holding all these backpacks, Several taxes that you could have done. Maxie State defense? No, but the whole idea was that walk from 31st and eighth two to that port authority. There are so many homeless in the streets that we actually gave out again. All of the backpacks in that 10 block walk and how to re up again when the truck met US at Port Authority. Row Port Authority, No prints. No porter thought. Excuse me, right. So that makes sense right up the block 10 blocks straight, and we gave out every knapsack just for the homeless laying in the streets. Do you realize that Well, I do now It is unbelievably gross. What's going on with this city? I was in Penn Station last weekend to take NJ Transit to go somewhere and on the stairs going down in the Penn Station of Seventh Avenue Side, just People strong all over the place on the stairs. I don't believe it really is on the stairs and Penn Station on the stairs and Port authority at every bus terminal in Port Authority and again even more shocking. The 10 block walk lining the streets homeless. We gave out all these bad you say homeless as many points out a lot of e. D. P s as they call them emotionally disturbed persons who are very dangerous to the average pedestrian worker. Whatever on the street on it, Zach not Good scene. They're suffering. And they're victimizing young people who are not emotionally disturbed. And you can thank Shirlene and the before in Bill. Oh, you mean the shirt I'm wearing today after Blasio, right? Yeah, So then when I'm finally done handing out all this stuff, and I feel like a million bucks because even though some of these people were downright nasty Like one guy walked up to me goes when my head from Baghdad I go. Whoa! Sorry. Sorry. We are walking up and down these blocks in an effort to help you. You should try to be a little more thankful. Then use the F word and asking what your bag is that Give me a little break here. Thank you, Mr Biden. And the guy goes to me. I swear to God he goes to me. F You know what I did? He gave a bag I gave my bed. Yes, and say God I want I want I want to punch him in the face. I'm serious and throw him in front of an oncoming cab. But I gave him a bed. But this is this. Look, this is again and not only just the blood, the de Blasio family, but the Cuomos. Well, same thing. It's all part in parcel of the same thing. The shutdowns the no cash bail, the lax laws, the radical D A's all part of why people are fleeing New York. The tax base is leaving and Governor Cuomo's whining yesterday that we're going to have this big, big deficit. This big hole, which We already had before the pandemic and all this crime of, you know crime of the rising crime. We had it before, but it's it's they're doing. I mean, it's all their doing. There's no question that he's writing books on leadership. We got it done. It was fun, though. Being back in the old neighborhood, this is a much nicer place much nicer. But it was interesting seeing the places that we saw. I did every morning for the better part of five years..
"penn station" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"No rain, though. A cooler day 78 temperatures tonight in the mid to upper fifties Tomorrow you might see a shower to again. Not much rain 76 the high even Saturday, only a slight chance of a shower 78 Saturday I'm meteorologist Terry Smith. From the Weather Channel for talk radio. 6 80 Wcbm at Penn Station in Baltimore. 67 degrees 65 in Hampstead reporting a 10 06 on Michael Filippelli 6 80 Wcbm news. Let me know what's gonna happen. Phone, please not called the all knowing Trump's gonna name a replacement and there's going to be of all seeing for nuts in it is planes Day in the Constitution, Russia. There are two things here. Nominates a replacement Senate Dozens advice and consent folks. This is it, not a lot, but this is one of the hips Do not doubt me. Days to three on talk Radio six WCBS Wcbm Studios are sponsored by a safe retirement solution. Visit safe retirement solutions dot com For 10266 11 20. Welcome to the Terry Hunter Show Talk Radio's 80. W C V. M Our two already time is flying. It's Thursday. I'm Derrick Derrick. Show the number for 10 Wcbm 6 80 Year, 100. W C b M 6 80 to get one more clip before we get back to the calls a very short one. But it describes the The legal system in this country, and I think it's important context we need is we have this discussion. About everything, really? Not just.
Los Angeles, New York City implement measures to prevent spread of COVID-19
"America's two largest cities tonight, cracking down to prevent any additional cove nineteenth spread. Los Angeles Police shutting down this wedding Wednesday night and targeting house parties like this hundreds of revellers few masks and no social distancing insight and starting tomorrow they're cutting off utilities by turning off that power shutting down that water. We feel we can close these places down and New York City setting up random quarantine checkpoints stopping cars at key entry sites including here on staten. Island, even warning travelers at Penn station it has to become clear that this is serious business and it comes with consequences travelers entering New York from thirty four states plus Puerto Rico must quarantine for fourteen days. And New York City officials say they've already fifty cars with one hundred percent compliance violators may face some big fines we're talking about up to ten thousand
"penn station" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And I think police need more people like that. See Alice. I have a little cynical view of what this is all about. I think the president sees himself trailing in the polls. He wants to view himself as thie Law and order president. So, hey, here's a way to shake things up. I'll send in the troops all those crazy Democratic cities and I think it's ah, You know, it's all political. I, You know, I can't agree or disagree with you because I am an unbiased reporter land. But that is a very interesting point of view. You could say that right? It's the wrong point of view, Alice because in fact, the cities are frame as they're run by Democrats and Trump's 1st 1st orders. Commander in chief, is to protect the American people. And I tell you something. I was at Ah Penn Station around the Fourth of July came in from visiting some friends out on Long Island. I was around nine o'clock, and for the first time in years in the city, I did not feel safe. The people the sketchy people around Penn Station pretty pretty unsettling. I got to say Let me tell you, I have times of tape. That first guy you heard who went on about We can afford black lives matter. We can. You know we could afford these murals all over the city. But there's almost people on the street. Where is the money that they gave to the mayor's wife? Why isn't he cleaning that up? Why isn't he going there that it is that I don't feel safe People don't I do. I mean, I I hear that from a lot of people in the city there feeling like you know the eighties again, and many say there's no one to blame, but our leaders And then this. This mayor is totally incapable of it as doing anything, as is the governor. President Wei.
"penn station" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Try to get some sunlight and imagine the luxury of having a backyard. I miss my father, who was a 40 minute train right away. The train feels out of the question, and I can't ask my father working full time from home and recovering from minor surgery to drive an hour each way just to visit I never learned to drive something I sometimes considered a badge of city dwelling honor. Earlier in the air. I told a relative I didn't need to learn to drive in Baltimore when I live a short walk from Penn Station and at least a dozen city buses stop within a block of my apartment. If I had a car and a license, I think now I could drive to waive it. My father from a safe distance. When the casual relationship I drifted into early in the year, Justus casually evaporated. I told a friend. I guess we weren't that serious about it. So it's for the best. Now the scolding was in my head tells me that a person who believed in chasing after things who didn't think it was as clear is people who they want to be around you or they don't And if you didn't know which there was your answer. Well, that person might not be alone in her apartment for months when I turned 35 a few years ago. I promised myself I let go of the idea that someday I was going to become a different kind of adult. I let myself except that there would be no house,.
"penn station" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Trash can to try to get some sunlight and imagine the luxury of having a backyard. And this, my father, who was a 40 minute train right away. The train feels out of the question, and I can't ask my father working full time from home and recovering from minor surgery. To drive an hour each way just to visit I never learned to drive something I sometimes considered a badge of city dwelling honor. Earlier in the year. I told a relative I didn't need to learn to drive in Baltimore when I live a short walk from Penn Station and at least a dozen city buses stop within a block of my apartment. If I had a car and a license, I think now I could drive to waive it. My father from a safe distance. When the casual relationship I drifted into early in the year, Justus casually evaporated. I told a friend. I guess we weren't that serious about it. So it's for the best. Now the scolding was in my head tells me that a person who believed in chasing after things who didn't think it was this clears people who they want to be around you or they don't. And if you didn't know it, there was your answer. Well, that person might not be alone in her apartment for months when I turned 35 a few years ago. I promised myself I let go of the idea that someday it was going to become a different kind of adult. I let myself except that there would be no house,.
The tech behind MTA's fight against coronavirus
"Cases of covid nineteen are turning down. The threat of the coronavirus continues to loom over the city. I'm Rod Chang and this is your daily charge. With me as chairman and CEO of the MTA PAT Foy at thanks for joining me x-ray Ranch, Nasr meals, but more than a week since the city reopened phase one. What has ridership been like? Ridership has actually been a pleasant surprise. We knew we would get an increase comparing yesterday Monday of the fifteenth two two weeks ago before we increased service and the governor listed. Announced a phase, one ridership on subways and buses has gone up a total of three hundred eighty thousand customers. That's about two hundred, seven, thousand on subways, one, hundred, seventy, five, thousand, more or less on buses, three hundred eighty thousand people per day is the size of a pretty. medium-sized, transits. So we're we're pleased by that. We expect ridership to continue to grow obviously the summer months, and this is going to be unusual summer for new. York City and and the suburbs. And what ridership will do this summer is is unknown, but we expect continue to build and especially after after Labor Day assuming that you know New York City are phase. Two of the governors are newer Polish. So you mentioned those numbers. Nearly nine hundred thousand daily riders. That is you know off the highs of the pre coronavirus air where we're talking about millions rights so. Curious. There are still a lot of people out there concerned that they might get infected that there might be a second wave. For folks out there. Who still hesitant like what do you tell people to reassure them that? The Newark Transit System is safe to travel in. Here's what I on a couple of things one is i. tell him that I got on the seven eleven I. Think it was out of Port Washington this morning. There was plenty plenty of seats the car smelled and little clean and every customer as far as I can tell and every employee winning the at a bass, the same was true when I go to Penn Station and got on the two or three, and then connected with the one at chambers. Appear to me, every customer was wearing a mask mass for really important. The Governor is made wearing masks on public transit a state law. Employees and customers required to wear backs. We did a physical study about ten days ago, which indicated that subway riders ninety two percent ask appliance. We're updating that study this week. In the latest data, point is ninety five percent that's incredibly or the latest research from around the world, including a report a couple of days ago from Cambridge in ranch universities in the UK. Indicates. That masks are really important. The subways mass transit does not appear to have two vectors and creating the and Derek. In any part of the world. We believe that's true also in New, York nursing homes. Obviously meat packing plants and people's homes have been significant tributaries. Obviously, the public health doctors empty epidemiologist will figure that out to your point about mass, and how important they are curious how you are encouraging riders to continue where I, just I ask because I've gone out of the last couple of weekends, at noticed of among my soaks here in Long Island where I live fewer and fewer people are wearing masks granted. They're not riding. The subway were riding a train, but how do you? Encourage. There's no way to enforce it. But how do you encourage writers to continue to wear masks and to be more vigilant when it comes to social distancing question? Plan, so we've been distributing mask in the subway. Stations are starting last the last Monday June eighth when phase one started. We're continuing that we've got a robust messaging and communications campaign on subway cars on subway platforms on the website will be doing was starting a digital campaign on that, so the the mass message has been robustly communicated. We're GONNA continue to do that. We've got employees. Employees Platform controllers wear finders way finders were also suggesting to customers who don't have a mask. Go upstairs and get one. You need to be wearing it again on transit law Allah railroad and the subways by anecdotal experience, everybody's wearing them and the minded five percent data point on subway mask. Compliance I think is really important in addition to that since the pandemic started right the. The first case was reported in New York March. First or second, we started disinfecting our subway stations subway cars buses metro north railroad that continues talk in a second about a couple of innovations that we're really excited about, but every station is being disinfected, not cleaned disinfected twice a day. Subway cars multiple times a day. Bosses won't Allen Railroad. metro-north cars saint same thing we are. are running a pilot right now on New York City Transit, subway, cars and buses, involving ultraviolet C light We did pilot prior to that with Dr David, Brenner at the earning, medical, center Columbia, University and Dr Bernard confirmed for the first time that ultraviolet C. Wider Radic fates, the coded the COVID nineteen virus. That's really important finding We are working with antimicrobials on and. Applaud Anti microbials. All of our subway cars, two and a half three times at this point. For verification from independent labs and the regulators, but it appears to be the case that there's a great deal of promise with respect to the ability of the Anti. Eradicate the COVID, seen virus and to do that for day weeks, and perhaps months and the UV light in particular. I really wanted because I find that fascinating. In terms of what you've found. It seems like there's some progress there. How how a widely is that being deployed because you sent that sort of a trial? Is that something that's being deployed into every car right now is limited tested to running. It's a pilot. We ran a demonstration of two or three weeks ago and the company that we're working with them. There are many vendors out there you and your viewers, undoubtedly no, then all tra- violet light is an established technology that's used in hospital settings, emergency rooms, operating rooms for for decades right, so the a virus and bacteria radicalization qualities of ultraviolet C light it well not we're running a pilot with the three stanchions. Temporary stanchions put an age subway car. There are two devices per stanchion. I'd say the size of a hardcover book. The operator has to confirm that there's nobody on the on the train neither employee or a customer. The ultraviolet light is is activated. Anne will disinfect disinfect car We're doing the same pilot on on buses, and we are really encouraged by the progress and really encouraged by Dr Printers finding. Up to and to your point about. Distance. There is a at that you guys introduced today. The capacity tracker APP for the L. A. Double are clearly selfish reasons. I'm interested because I'm a daily eligible are writer. Tell me a little about that how it works. It's a really cool innovation brought by fillings, the president along our era will fisher. WHO's is? A innovation officer and just the Long Island Railroad Sports. It uses sensors on the ninety percent of course seek. That is electric. And it will help customers it so long island railroad train by by the way. Apple store or glue for a free, you can download it and. I go to the APP couple times a day and now going more, but he gives customers data that if you're getting on the four fifty
"penn station" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"It was classic but god let me tell you something god bless Curtis because and I mean is that I'm not saying that because he's a friend you know he he walks the walk I mean here's a guy you know down in Penn station feeding the homeless trying to help out you know and the homeless that deblasio and his wife is supposed to be taking care of you know that that that was one giant observation that I took away during these this time away was all of a sudden all of a sudden we needed a pandemic a pandemic to clean up the subways the subways were I mean what was going on in the subways to the pandemic in itself I mean it's you're damn right it has been bad for I mean ever since I've been in the city here I mean I get it the last time I heard anything good about it was when you know Rudy Giuliani cleaned up so it is you know and then coming into the station what was it on thirty first street they got deported job yeah they got to port a potties that absolutely just reek now on the corner of thirty first and second street a thirty person Seventh Avenue it's terrible and I mean it's they're just giving I mean I pull it out I I walk in the parking garage this morning Russ and there's a two two people sleeping on a you know queen size mattress just on the sidewalk under some scab yeah yeah I sorry no they're just making accommodations for these yes No it's like yeah this is our home you know I mean listen I don't like to see anybody homeless but mental health again where is the billion dollars miss surely McRae ms this is the Blasi.
"penn station" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And they ordered the Amtrak cops because the feds really run Penn station to run all of the homeless emotionally disturbed out for a few hours and it was in the middle of the rain and the cold snap was so damn and I said to the feds what are you doing already have low immune systems are going to be back in a few hours because it's so cold and it's raining out there they can be coughing and hacking and if they didn't catch the corona virus before they certainly might they didn't care and if you saw the hers hospital which unfortunately has had the most deaths thirteen just in one day I mean on Monday remember elm Hurst where is that that's Korani Jackson heights Elmhurst the population that uses at hospital mostly illegals from Central America Mexico but also a lot of east Indians Sri Lankans and others a lot of them can speak English and their media naturally was hitting the panic button so they all lined up sorry yeah in the rain three four hours and they weren't separated they should have been all told goal home unless you actually saw someone who is really in serious condition because they were only going to get sick standing out there and guess what yeah even if it was in corona virus a lot of them probably got his normal flu normal colds as a result of hurting them like that so everyone's making mistakes along the way here even with the best of intentions but they really got a nail this down at the hospitals or they'll end up having more cases than even they anticipated because of the way people queuing up to get those tests anyway up next we'll talk more about what the hospitals in need of jetset Juliet have you can break it down with the health care professionals are going through the nurses the orderlies everyone who is on the frontline of trying to save lives but also knocking down the corona virus when people actually do have the symptoms and they could end up in an ICU and they're trying to.
Commuters facing major delays leaving New York, clogging up NJ Transit
"Back here at home officials are investigating the cause of a power outage that led to major delays for thousands of evening commuters at Penn station in Manhattan both New Jersey transit an Amtrak customers face nearly three hour delays and cancellations beginning shortly after five o'clock this evening officials say that's when a power failure and disable the train heading into the station Amtrak says power was restored by nine
"penn station" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Know and love she was a actually accosted almost assaulted by some some might downstairs complete generex leaving Penn station coming into two Penn plaza which in the wee hours of the morning it's dark and it's a scary place it's very scary especially for a you know a woman alone and this guy with his hoodie on walking right behind me nearly touching me so the NYPD heard us talking about burning and they got in touch with me I thought I was just gonna be one guy and they had four of them greeted me this morning and said that they're going to patrol the area from now on we got a thank the NYPD in midtown south for that and especially in the wake of all these assaults on women get need teeth knocked out in the Jewish women getting punched around and everybody just being able to walk out of jail just like that thanks to governor Cuomo I said no joke and Joe was a may be victimized by almost victimized by the it was very scary but I I did say that I said I'm so sorry for you guys have to deal with on a daily basis with dumb dumb the Blasi and they all four of them agreed they said I wish we could comment but we here yeah no problem good well listen once again mid mid town so we love the NYPD thank you for protecting one of ours and Joe Biden speaking of apologies he was he's going to lose it said you guys start to lose it my guy well yeah Bloomberg is my guy well if he's gonna start to lose it to its own Joe Biden he's feeling the pressure of big time wanting a guys corruption Hillary Bernie Sanders is my guide Hillary Clinton is our god not a Bernese my guy but he doesn't want to win you made that point yesterday or a hundred percent right did he doesn't want to win if you want to win he would level the competition Hillary in two thousand sixteen and Joe Biden this year so I have no guys left which I've always said that it is something in in him there's a street as us you know there's a cowardly street inside Bernie Sanders doesn't want to fight the people who he needs to defeat in order to make the next move to the general election you can't beat trump if you don't win the prize he needs to go to the wizard and like The Lion findings of some hard to lose the cow Woodley Lang and Bernie said that's what he is that's what he is now Joe Biden was asked how it might maybe the the scarecrow he's looking for a brain that's good well hold on that side of the thing who's going who's got no heart no hard I would say is from I think people reject perfect man sneaking is the ten man he's a phony and yeah he needs an oral I don't know he he's the fake war hero is what he is now so well by now as wide Bernie Sanders apology by did like he went on it it attack against birdie after Bernie apologize because one of his surrogates Zephyr Teachout what is it big big shot in his campaign wrote that Biden is going to give the beep beep because he is the personification of Washington corruption and somebody yes Biden why birdies apology was good enough for you he freaked out listen to this yes.
"penn station" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Of one a one point five time on new Jersey's first news five oh seven chief meteorologist dans era back in about seven minutes with your computer whether he allegedly shot a police officer yesterday morning then went on the run but ten hours later police believe they got their man in New York Penn station Miguel and healthy a guess a twenty nine year old fugitive from Connecticut was captured following the traffic stop that became a shoot out in Tuckerton he will face numerous charges governor Murphy his voice hoarse yesterday says he is disappointed the legislature will not be voting on recreational marijuana in its lame duck session other than to shift the decision to votes in a twenty twenty referendum at one level happy that we finally have a clear path toward legalization of adult use I'm disappointed it's not gonna happen sooner because the status quo is unacceptable in the interim Murphy said he and legislative leaders are looking out what to do with the stall bill that would expunge criminal records including marijuana convictions he provided no details the numbers are shocking data compiled by the New Jersey state police shows there are more than sixty thousand domestic violence offenses reported every year in New Jersey including acts of harassment assault and murder in response a new effort has been launched to get to the root of the problem the Jersey coalition to end domestic violence is partnering with the department of children and families in the group a call to men to organize domestic violence prevention training sessions across the state prevention coordinator will dubose has to stop domestic violence man must step up and work with women what they've been.
Motorcycle backfire causes shooting scare in New York's Times Square
"If since the Dayton el Paso shootings on Saturday is your antenna up even a little more than it's been since nine eleven I admitted it was that you did to Bernie and all you have to do is watch footage of Times Square about eight hours ago here in New York City one motorcycle backfired to let you know that it's not just Bernie and say to but new Yorkers in mass numbers are skittish this morning just days after the shootings in Texas and Ohio it was almost a stampede it was it was like was like the movie Jumanji if you remember everybody running the animals running it was just yeah the motorcycle backfiring and the crowd just just went nuts who would I mean they'll get masses of people they broke into theaters right in the middle they actually have like stop the the show to kill a mocking bird and one of the actors or actresses click actually late last night was just this is not what we're supposed to be but this is who won what we all are how we got here really doesn't matter question is how does he do not moving forward to make short these are not common events yeah well you have that of course I know you and I both see Jill and Matt everybody we see the police presence in front of Penn station here I mean they've stepped it up big time and it's a constant reminder it's just the it's just brutal so the president is going to go to a Dayton Ohio first at about ten thirty he'll arrive there then is is going to go to el Paso be interesting to see what kind of
"penn station" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Our playing all Amtrak is your reporting favorite that Penn station is running the on war generator were power born so trains in this includes New Jersey transit should not be affected too much but do a budget some extra time anyway and we take it one of the tunnels and into midtown specifically well the Lincoln tunnel that's the one I'm talking about you can at least once you reach Manhattan because of down the our lights are rather traffic lights not working because of the power just be aware of that if you're headed to New York northbound eastern spur the turnpike still jamming seventeen up for the Vince Lombardi service area that is all due to construction the westerns for is now moving far better and the garden state parkway we still have some pockets of delays northbound one seventeen up toward one twenty and again from she's quick service area hopping over the Driskell bridge Outerbridge crossing a slow leaving New Jersey the cobbles rages better seventy eight west bound we got some construction delays looks like approaching exit thirty six and Warren so you might want to hop on twenty two two eighty seven also getting pretty busy northbound approaching I. seventy eight between exit seventeen and twenty one twenty seven north is pretty slow and route nine north in toward Ryan Rotuman Alec and we've got some construction delays two right lanes are out of service and across the Hudson the George Washington bridge were doing pretty well about five minutes seem thing goes for the link in the Holland tunnel twenty from one hand nine which was sponsored by on down dockworker curling Kenya dreams of becoming a doctor in during one of my life dreams of being part of a community reach out and change their world and it will change your own on them doc or traffic every fifteen minutes extra for ten eighteen on New Jersey one one point five your summer rock the one hundred and one stayed away this summer.
Construction begins on $570 million Penn Station renovation project
"Of five hundred seventy million dollar year long project starting today at New York's Penn station means big changes for commuters. Correspondent Kristen marks looks at a few of the changes coming in from New Jersey midtown direct rail service on the Montclair Bhuttan line and one north jersey coast line train is being diverted to Hoboken forcing commuters to take the path or find another way into the city, this will allow for the rebuilding of two tracks on the east end of
"penn station" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Largest city in America. I've done just that president guy. Donald Trump must be stopped beaten in before, and I will do it again. Bill de Blasio. I'm running for president because his time we put working people, I meet him before Trump's one for one on political campaigns. I think he probably means I beat him, you know, in the city when it comes to certain maybe projects and things like that, that, that Bill de Blasios, I don't know that was before. He's so popular that there are several petitions to recall, New York City. Mayor Bill, Bill Blasi, oh. You know who doesn't like Bill, the Blasios everyone the New York police department. Not fans. So when you're a mayor of a city in the cops don't like you. That's not good. That's not like a good thing. Can you imagine this guy's president, not even the cops like this guy here? Here's the pro, and I've been in New York City goes through cycles. Right. So it was a mess. When David Dinkins was in the city, it was like at the peak of its, and I said, when VIP Blasios got elected, I said he's gonna Dinkins the city right outing, Dinkins it, right. Up insure enough. He did not disappoint. So then Giuliani comes in and everybody hated Giuliani, because he really clean the city up and he crackdown on the homeless and the people who split spray stuff on your windshield, and demanded dollar before they get out of your way and all this other stuff. He they hated him. Nine eleven happened, everybody love Guiliani. The city was great. You walk businesses came back. He got re cleared up forty second street. It was great. Then he gets, then then you go to Bloomberg started downhill a little bit. And then you give diplomacy of full on socialist, and the city is a dump. We went for Christmas. We, we like to go into the city to look at the lights and see the city Christmas, because it's beautiful the first time ever of an ice to work in the city going in and out, I watched people in Penn station. Doing drug deal right in front of me broad daylight on the steps of the subway. It's, it's dirty. It's dumpy. It's no longer a crime to urinate defecate on the street. They don't have the problem San Francisco does thank goodness. But it's a dump now and he wants to run the country he wants to go from smoking Weeden Gracie mansion to smoking weed in the White House. If you if you thinking about, you know, he might be my guy spend a weekend in New York, and then decide eight thirty five baron joins us from the Manhattan institute. He's got thoughts. Six fifty.
"penn station" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Continue southbound truck lanes of the New Jersey turnpike right around exit thirteen and Linden that we do have one lane shut caused massive delays earlier. But right now, really not all too bad. And it looks like in fact that construction has now been cleared. So all lanes reopened southbound trucks by thirteen. This report is sponsored by rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. Rocket mortgage is what you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience. Visit rocketmortgage dot com today. Licensed in all fifty states equal housing lender. NMLS number thirty thirty looking at the Parkway looks like most of those delays cleared out to we're not doing all too badly onto eighty west. Just a little bit of a slowdown out across the Stickel bridge. And it looks like those delays in Passaic on twenty one north of pretty much. He's heading up toward a route forty six nine south in old bridge just a bit busy in Ryan road. But that's clearing two across the Hudson. GW Lincoln, they're fine. Stalled truck northbound express lanes of the turnpike of sixty nine if you're headed toward the GW bridge that's still blocking the right lane. And it looks as other Ryan at the Holland tunnel. Leaving New Jersey down to about. Ten minutes from one and nine thirty minute delays in and out of New York. Penn station on New Jersey transit trains because of an earlier stall under the Hudson and his New Jersey traffic north Mike Barker, New Jersey, traffic, south down the turnpike and Parkway, you're doing fine in the southern half the great Garden State one thousand five hundred ninety five and the Atlantic City expressway all check in problem free, a little slow on thirty eight both directions to cherry hill. But nothing you have to avoid and seventy some volume eastbound coming into seventy Seventy-three traffic every fifteen minutes next report at eight zero three on New Jersey one point five. Jersey. Why one point five instant weather,.
"penn station" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"You can get you have the you have the two three express which will get you depends station like fifteen eighteen minutes. Yeah. It's not bad. We'll tell me what to do. I mean say on a you'll take it. You'll take the express train depends a lot of blocked needs. A write this down. You you're going to take you're gonna take the train the two three to Penn station. And then you're gonna take what nj transit. Yup. And there's a line that will go right to MetLife stadium. You can walk out. And and that right is probably like twenty minutes tops. So I it's not that bad from public transportation from a driving standpoint. Let me all the locals the the parking lot be packed with locals. Yeah. But for the people in town, it's a it's a different sort of situation town, you're in the car, and you're planning on driving just have like a nice. Playlist? Ep. Well, they'll they'll be you know, what you'll have that weekends cheap spectacular for two hours of Pete. You pop it in and you'll drive all the way with it shouldn't instead of like the like the HOV line. There should be like the mayo one like for only major people to really to Rudy without the Jalen. I'm mitch. And then one Moreland. I was I let me say I was watching this new suit the new superstars episodes, which is I mean, literally if you could define my childhood in one show nineteen Ninety-one superstars it's ninety two. I mean ninety one or ninety two but the ninety two hundred airing the access for wrestlemainia eight was a contest unbelievable. It was a first of all there was a karaoke. With was it was the Mountie and the nasty boys and Jimmy Hart all doing karaoke with fans, and then there was a look alike contest like a superstar look alike contest and the guy that looked like pallbearer one, and it was at like at the mall..
"penn station" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Honoring of our Penn station athlete of the month. Congratulations, debris Meyer, are Penn station athlete of the month brook from villa. Madonna academy is an outstanding multiple sports student athlete who strives not only in athletics, but has also maintained a three point nine grade point average here to tell us more is Eric Schmidt villa Madonna's athletic director, what's the best part about being involved with the Penn station athlete of the month program was just a great program to show off the trysofi high school athletes are recognize their outstanding performances on the field and in the classroom, and we're honored to be part of it at villa. Madonna. So in your opinion, why does Brooke deserve to be athlete of the month? Extremely talented, and well rounded athlete she's played five different sports in their time here villa all at a very high level earning numerous end of the season awards in the local media and not many in the area can say they played five sports one high school like Brooklyn, how does Brooke contribute not only to athletics, but also to her school and peers, she's a tremendous. Student in the classroom. She got a three point nine GPA last year. She was named Kentucky all state academe team the softball player, and she's been involved, lots of extracurricular activities in our national Honor Society. And also a member of our spirit clubs are student by there, you have it. Congratulations to Brooke, are Penn station athlete of the month to nominate a senior student athlete. Log onto PS athlete dot com. Penn stations athlete of the month is sponsored by FOX nineteen kiss one. Oh, seven ESPN fifteen thirty and seven hundred wwl w..
Stuck N.J. bridge causes massive delays at Penn Station — again
Bloomberg, Conference Board and Ken Goldstein discussed on Bloomberg Markets
"Of Michigan report that just came out moments ago joining us now Ken Goldstein economist with the Conference Board also coming up moments ago is the Conference, Board's July. Leading index report and. The leading index I don't know not showing cracks not shown any cracks
Eric Garner, Officer Daniel Pantaleo and NYPD discussed on Sean Hannity
"Evening I'm Lisa g while must've you love Facebook or at least your kids do, but Wall Street didn't give it a like today the company had the worst. Day in Wall Street history, plummeting nineteen percent racing. More than one hundred billion dollars in value this report is being brought to you by. BMW of freehold dot com where customers are for, their friends and families they NYPD has finally, begun disciplinary proceedings against. Officer Daniel Pantaleo some four years. After the death of Eric garner on Staten Island and mayor de Blasio says that he. Told Eric Garner's mother that her, son did not die in vain Wednesday. Night the mayor was. Confronted by Gwen, car at a. Town hall meeting on Staten Island. Asking if he'd agree to hold all the officers responsible for her son's death. I said to her straightforward there's two officers involved that's a determination NYPD made early on and I respect that there will. Be due process. There will be a public trial de Blasios. Says the incident led. To changes in training officers four interactions with civilians he. Did not die in vain Is a tragedy that also opened, up a lot of is led, to a lot of change garner died while being. Arrested in two thousand fourteen officer Daniel Pantaleo and sergeant. Kizzie donnas facing the hearings James flippin for seven ten w. o.. R. UFC fighter Conor McGregor is avoiding jail time for the bra last spring at Brooklyn's Barclays center he accepted a. Plea deal cops Long Island or looking for clues. In the fatal shooting of a female college student and her boyfriend police say twenty one year old Livia Degray goalie west Islip, discovered shot dead in the driver's seat of her car. Outside a. House on Lakeway drive her twenty two year old boyfriend Anthony Saint Hilaire had been, shot nearby and died at a hospital police say he lived near the scene. And according to Facebook Degray, goalie was a student. At Suffolk County community college police searching, for answers where you're encouraging and asking the public. For any information on this case I'm Jennifer Sony, for seven ten w. o. r. a. New, Jersey restaurant owner was. Fatally shot in front of his As the two delivered food early this morning and. Patterson cops are investigating New Jersey transit is asking the, public near the tracks to work with them to solve crimes nj transit. Is partnering with the social media next door it connects community members Joe Pacelli with the app says anyone who lives. Within a mile of train tracks, can sign up for transit's group the goals to reduce accidents suicides and deter crime nj transit police chief Chris Zillow says officers will be posting tips, on the, app regarding theft and trespassing we're going to do our best to supply them with information about tips on what to look. For information with had a report suspicious behavior at Newark Penn station I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten w. o. r. a new, investigation from USA today says the US is the most dangerous place to give birth into develop world citing maternal mortality rates in the. Rate at which, mothers get injured during or. After childbirth the study says much of it boils down to hospitals not following long known.
NYC considers minimum wage for Uber, other ride-hail drivers
"And it'll help trying to stay cool at penn station i'm rob dawson for seven ten w o r a brooklyn family is speaking out after two police officers allegedly did nothing to help us shooting victim in bed stuy robert face on was shot outside a bar saturday morning and then ran two blocks and collapsed in front of a home nine one one was called in to police officers arrived but never got out of their car upsetting bay san's brother was grossly negligent if you didn't get out the car when you get a call like that you didn't care face on was left there for forty five minutes until the same witness called nine one one again two different officers arrived but face on was already dead zones wife says he could have been saved the forty five minutes with underground has been working on him trying to save forty five minutes they left me bleed out to that nypd has launched an investigation new york city is considering a minimum wage for uber drivers the taxi and limousine commission study says if a driver's earnings fall below seventeen dollars and twenty two cents for the week the company should make up the difference currently the median net hourly earnings that are about fourteen twenty five an hour uber says it's worry that the proposal would substantially increase prices for customers and reduce service a soccer team trapped in a cave said to be in good shape but getting them out well that's gonna take some time the dramatic moment british divers reached the young soccer team how many are there followed by words of reassurance coming many people don't as to their condition this official says though informal assessment we found that most of the boys are in agreeing condition meaning stable health and not in any danger this mother waiting at the entrance says and so excited the first thing i'll do is how can the wait could take some time tom rivers abc news at the foreign desk president trump is moving closer to making his choice for the supreme court he's already interviewed several candidates they are outstanding people they are really incredible people in so many different ways academically in every other way and i had a very very interesting morning the question is whether there will be a litmus test for the nominee when it comes to their stance on roe v wade white house press secretary sarah sanders refused to discuss the president's views during a briefing yesterday as the president said last week he's not gonna talk to judges about specific cases he's looking for individuals that have the right intellect the right temperament and uphold the constitution but she says the president is prolife meanwhile president trump has called the presidentelect of mexico here's correspondent stephanie ramos president trump says he spoke with mexican president elect lopez oberdorfer about thirty minutes on trade border security nafta and the possibility of a mexico us trade deal we had a lot of good conversation president trump also says he knew this day would come for over door told him a number of years ago when i saw him campaigning for a different race frankly in different era a different race i said he'll be someday he's going to be the president of mexico stephanie ramos abc news washington let's see guatemalan mother separated from her children at the border well she'll be reunited with them today in new york city the kids were brought to a shelter in east harlem in a group raised money for you to travel to the city to see them ten volunteers took turns driving zola's from arizona arriving here in new york.
Pedestrian has been struck by an Amtrak train
"With no school one of the delayed opening in one with a full day wow roofers school districts with her fridge of i wasn't their car and you're streered the tree breasts frightening right in front of my house there's a smashed car crazy thought all right as president trump achieve peace with rocket man yes well abc white house correspondent jonathan karl will be with us next to talk about north korea's plans will they give up their nukes saw coming up next the first birdie fighter has traffic flynn michael we're hoping for a back to normal morning that is not the case now on new jersey transit the northeast corridor is suspended between newark penn station and new york penn station unfortunately a pedestrian was struck by an amtrak train near the seacaucus a train station midtown directs are currently being diverted into hoboken patreon's are going to be cross honoring at thirtythird hogan and at newark this is also affecting amtrak train so definitely check ahead if you do have a train trip scheduled for today to eighty westbound that's crawling between exit eight next at seven in west orange that collisions been there for a while now with a couple lanes blocked and if you're heading for the hutch north on cell the boston road still have two lanes taken out there heading through pelham delays from orchard beach george washington bridge from eighty 95 it's about forty minutes lower levels can be 25 lincoln's twenty and the hall intend to fifteen for both approaches alternate side parking rolls back in effect for today said he wide our next traffic updates coming up in fifteen minutes now's take.
Putin rally draws tens of thousands of supporters ahead of presidential election
"In his deathrow cell thousands of supporters of russian president vladimir putin turned out in moscow offer presidential campaign rally two weeks before the election the election itself is scheduled for march the eighteenth it's been timed to coincide with the fourth anniversary of russia's annexation of crimea an event that his hugely popular within russia itself in this election vladimir putin is seeking a fourth term that would give him another six years on top of the eighteen years he has already been in power today's appearance comes two days after putin claimed russia had developed a number of weapons including nuclearpropelled nuclear missile could something many observers say may just be a bluff functions brancheau coat tsa and amtrak testing new equipment to detect potential suicide bombers in new york city new york's penn station as the nation's busiest commuter rail hawks several agencies patrol the station and do random bag jack but screening every person at airports out checkpoints would be impractical now amtrak and the tsa or testing new socalled passive devices standoff explosive detection units set up a natural chokepoints like escalators and stairs that use hightech imaging to reveal metallic were nonmetallic objects blocking a person's body he the machines doni even radiation and don't show anatomical details just color bars or green goes like images fox's rick levin of state senate committee in west virginia has voted to reduce the proposed pay raise for teachers who have walked off their jobs to protest their salaries committee voted to lower the pay bumped by a percentage point to four percent now heads to the full senate i'm chill you fox news.