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"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:54 min | 2 weeks ago

"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"President Sarah Feinberg says the subways will now be closed from 2 A.m. until 4 A.m.. We have been planning in recent weeks for our own reopening and return of overnight service. We have determined that a shortened overnight closure isn't appropriate Step forward towards the return of a round the clock service the overnight closure and we will continue our cleaning regimen. The overnight closure is currently 1 A.m. 25 am There is no word when overnight service on the subways may be completely restored. Empty Chairman Pat Foy. Has long said that that will only happen when Governor Cuomo declares the pandemic to be over. A New York state senator is demanding transparency from the Cuomo administration by sending a freedom of information request asking for a full transcript or recording of a private meeting held last week over covert deaths in the states nursing homes. They should have never did secret meeting behind closed doors. Never State Senator Sue Sereno describes the pain loved ones of those who died of covert in the States nursing home. Comes as good wrenching exists, transparency and the truth, and that's while anybody's asking for right now, she sent a freedom of information law or foil request to Governor Cuomo's administration asking that a full transcript or recording of the February 10th meeting regarding the state's nursing home. Covert debts be released under foil. The administration has five business days to respond. The truth always comes out, right? That's I think the only thing that really spurred this fun because they saw like, Oh, my God, you know The attorney general, did this investigation only a partial investigation and she's already climbing things that have gone wrong. Senate Republican leader Robert Ordina statement described the governor's lack of apology over this as a quote shocking slap in the face. Christi Collision. WCBS NEWS Radio eight eighties WCBS news time 7 18 traffic and weather together on the H sponsored by a lower home improvements here is Tom Kaminski, and let's start with a couple of things in New Jersey now cleared away. Certainly things could have been a whole lot worse this morning in western New Jersey. What at this point just wet roads. Drive on We did have a collision on the westbound side of route 88 exit 34 forward 15 that's now cleared away. We also want to crash on 78 eastbound right around route to 87 that has been clear. The Garden State Parkway North bound 1, 23 and Sarah Villa collision There has been cleared, but some delays still up around 1 54 In Clifton. We had a stall in the least one lane was closed there. South Bound. Be QB. Still very heavy. Queens Boulevard Down for Atlantic Avenue still least one lane is closed with a crash. Inbound Guan. It's North Bambi could be from the belt right up through the Brooklyn Bridge. Westbound on the l I. E is heavy from Utopia Parkway in for the fairgrounds right onto that lower roadway and starting south bound on the BQE, But in Nassau and Suffolk counties, Really not all that bad on the L I e, Northern or Southern State Parkway. Just a bit of volume on the L I e in for Glen Cove Road and Willis Avenue. I'm Tom Kaminski with the All new 2021 Subaru Outback.

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New York City Subways Resume Some Overnight Service Next Week

Steve Scott

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York City Subways Resume Some Overnight Service Next Week

"It is another small step back towards normalcy. In New York City Starting Monday, the New York City subways will shut down for just two hours of overnight cleaning. M to interim President Sarah Feinberg says the subways will not be closed from 2 a.m. until 4 A.m.. We have been planning in recent weeks for our own reopening and return of overnight service. We have determined that a shortened overnight closure isn't appropriate Step forward towards the return of a round the clock service to be clear. We will continue our cleaning regimen right now. The overnight closure is 1 A.m. 25 a M. No word when overnight service on the subways may be completely restored, empty. A chairman Pat Foy, has long said that that will only happen when Governor Cuomo declares that the pandemic is

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MTA Suspends Above-Ground Subway Service, Commuter Lines As Blizzard Continues

Night News

00:38 sec | Last month

MTA Suspends Above-Ground Subway Service, Commuter Lines As Blizzard Continues

"In the area is at a standstill. More from WCBS reporter Peter Haskell. The morning commute was light, and that's a good thing, the commuter rail lines and out towards some ways service her shut down. Governor Cuomo doesn't want you out. This is a dangerous life threatening situation. New York City Transit President Sarah Feinberg says underground subways ironic At the last underground station before the train enters the above ground tracks. We will disembark the train, everyone has to get off. There's no word on wind service will resume.

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MTA Outdoor Subway Service in New York Will Be Shut Down Due to Storm

Paul Murnane

01:01 min | Last month

MTA Outdoor Subway Service in New York Will Be Shut Down Due to Storm

"Have been reporting mass transit is starting to wind down the empty A's interim president, Sarah Feinberg, advising anyone who's out of the house. Get back there. Now. Conditions continue to deteriorate, and so therefore we will suspend outdoor service. Outdoor subway service, starting at 2 P.m.. But to be clear people should start planning that now. So if you are not home on, you need to get home. You need to start making your way there now. So the below ground service will continue to run. But aboveground subways are shutting down a 2 p.m.. Many of the express tracks, though underground are being used to store equipment out of the snow. So you may have to face only local service of your express, expecting an express train where you ride underground in places like Manhattan, Metro, North, the Long Island Railroad and path or also suspending service it around. 2 32 3 PM New Jersey Transit had announced earlier that they had shut down their bust their light rail and their commuter rail services.

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"sarah feinberg" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:40 min | Last month

"sarah feinberg" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Folks stay off the roads. It's dangerous, You know, job one right now is to protect people's lives by dealing with the snow first. We really want to get back to vaccination tomorrow. God willing, and we'll be hearing from Mayor de Blasio later this morning in 10 10 wins will carry the mayor's remarks live. Meantime, the empty A. Sarah Feinberg says trains are expected to move to local subway service after the morning rush. No plans to suspend above ground service. For now, our reporters are navigating the neighborhood's what's passable. What? Not so much? Let's go live now to Roger Stern in the Bronx with this report, Roger Yeah. Juliette, In a sense you could describe the storms affecting the Bronx is being like the proverbial tortoise slow and steady. But of course he won the race in the storm, will will indeed. Overcome us all. But for now, the roads while passable or the least they seem, too, because there's nothing dramatic happening there is, you know, you have a hard time getting traction. It's hard to stop. I saw someone pushing a Spectra minivan, which was which was trying to get up a hill. That might sound like poetic justice for people who don't like their cable bills, but it's indicative of the challenges people are facing. And don't take my word for it. I spoke to John, who works on a private sanitation truck. Very slippery. Um We can't go over 15 MPH went out. Our big garbage truck sliding somewhere, so wave taking precautions and everything. We're working on a safe and effective..

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Police Arrest Man in Connection With New York Subway Fire that Killed ‘Hero' Train Operator

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Police Arrest Man in Connection With New York Subway Fire that Killed ‘Hero' Train Operator

"In the march death of an empty A train operator. Police tell 10 10 wins 50 year old Nathaniel of Finger of Concourse village in the Bronx Arrested and charged with murder for allegedly setting a fire inside the Manhattan subway station, the Central Park North 1/10 Street subway station in Harlem that killed Garrett. Global, Interim New York City Transit President Sarah Feinberg talked about the arrest here on 10 10 wins doesn't bring Garrett back, but Certainly was a long time coming and it feels you know feels good to be able to take this step. This is not a fingers first time behind bars Back in 2013. He was convicted and sentenced to prison for robbery.

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Man Arrested, Charged With Murder In Connection To Deadly New York Subway Fire

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Man Arrested, Charged With Murder In Connection To Deadly New York Subway Fire

"Room agony. Washington murder charges for Bronx man In that awful March fire in Manhattan subway station. They killed an empty a train operator. 50 year old Nathaniel Lavender of the Bronx arrested Friday charge in connection with the death of Number two train operator Garrett Global. The 36 year old died after the March 27th fire at the Central Park North 110th Street station. 16. Other people were hurt. Fire apparently started a shopping cart on the tracks in Germany, York City Transit head Sarah Feinberg tells 10 10 wins. This is an important arrest House moment in the city. You know, folks are having economic struggles that they've never had before, and anxiety is certainly running high with pandemic, But no, he's got to be vigilant and look out for each other. The driver who died was trying to

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"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Be a mess. You're ahead school W City as NewsRadio and eating. Let's get more on how the M T A is preparing for the storm with double the CBS Is Kevin Ring Cone. This storm is being treated just like any other weather event with snow blowers, plows and other equipment at the ready. We're hoping ridership tomorrow across the system is lower than normal. We're urging people to stay home if they have that option. Obviously not all workers do. MTH Chairman Path Voice says they'll continue to monitor the storm's track. Sarah Feinberg, the head of the city's transit authority, says there could be closures Thursday morning. We have to limit service in some sections of this system, particularly on our 220. Miles of outdoor track, all ready to do that, so that we can avoid stranding trains, and we will restore service as soon as possible. Some of that may be proactive. If this ship's a little bit and we had to put like 18 inches of snow, right those hours before we before we reopen. I just wanna make sure I'm leaving us room to be flexible and make sure that we're prioritizing the M T. A says the goal will be to give commuters as much notice as possible, regardless of what they end up doing. Heaven Ring Cone. WCBS news radio 8 80. NJ Transit is changing some of its scheduled for Wednesday. Trains will run on what they call a severe weather level to schedule you can go toe NJ Transit's website to get specifics. Busses and light rail trains will run on a normal schedule for his long as the weather allows, of course, expect delays all around once the snow gets heavy. Cross honoring will be in effect for rail, bus and private bus carriers and light rail service for Wednesday and Thursday. It is 207 double D. C. B s traffic and weather next.

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"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:50 min | 2 months ago

"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"C. A is getting ready for the snow. The agency outlined its plan today ahead of the storm. WCBS is Kevin Ring Cone has that story. This storm is being treated just like any other weather event with snow blowers, plows and other equipment at the ready. We're hoping ridership tomorrow across the system is lower than normal. We're urging people to stay home if they have that option. Obviously not all workers do. MTH Chairman Path Voice says they'll continue to monitor the storm's track. Sarah Feinberg, the head of the city's transit authority, says there could be closures Thursday morning. We have to limit service in some sections of this system, particularly on our 221. Also the outdoor track all ready to do that, so that we can avoid stranding trains and we will restore service as soon as possible. Some of that may be proactive. If this ship's a little bit and we had to put like 18 inches of snow, right in those hours before we before we reopen. I just wanna make sure I'm leaving us room to be flexible and make sure that we're prioritizing the M T. A says the goal will be to give commuters as much notice as possible, regardless of what they end up doing. Heaven Ring cone. WCBS news radio 8 80. Meanwhile, the M to is putting its doomsday budget on holds. The board was originally supposed to approve the budget tomorrow. But now it's assuming Congress will agree to fill Ah $4.5 billion funding gap. The doomsday plan proposed last month would lead to a 40% cut, two week day subway service. A number of bus routes would have been eliminated and job cuts would have approached 10,000. Well more police soon to hit the New York City streets. That story coming up in three minutes. WCBS News time. It's 507 Con Edison wants to keep you updated on power outages before bad weather strikes, be prepared, Make sure you know what to do if you lose power. If you experience a service disruption at your home.

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MTA launches first real-time digital subway map

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

MTA launches first real-time digital subway map

"Unveiled a new digital map of the city subways, WCBS reporter Marla Diamond says the first major upgrade of the map in over 40 years. Designers took the best of the iconic big Nellie and hurt subway maps and merge them into an easy to read digital map that uses the MTs own data streams to update riders in real time. They have simplified and incredibly complex system in a way we've never seen before, says New York City Transit Interim president Sarah Feinberg. No longer will people have to decipher a range of in station signs. You can plan your commute from the palm of your hand. The digital design firm Working Co. Of Brooklyn did the map for free as the MD struggles with an unprecedented drop in ridership. Without funding. We could see the reality is we could see lines on this map vanished before our eyes and that's something that no one wants to see. At the Fulton Street Station. Marla Diamond. WCBS news radio 8 80. York

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"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:57 min | 6 months ago

"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"With a high of 85 mostly sunny on Saturday, cooler and less humid with a high of 78. Right now it's mostly cloudy. Temperatures range from 65 White plains to 74 in great neck. Midtown in 71 going down to 68. All right. Thank you. Met you're welcome. Doubly. CBS News Times, 11 10. Yeah, with the free ride is over on empty buses around New York City because affairs have been taken again now that buses are back to letting passengers on through front doors now that the has Corona virus protective measures in place for drivers. Alas, we do need to start collecting fares again. As you and others are aware the CIA is an am really serious financial situation and Now is really the time that we have to start collecting fares again, Of course, making sure that our riders you're safe on our bus operators or safe is our top priority. So while we're collecting fares were also opening up the bus a little bit to make sure that there's ah additional ability to social distance. I was New York City Transit interim President Sarah Feinberg on WCBS, saying they put up protective screens to keep drivers shielded from any possible exposure to Cove. It 19 the agency. Apparently these affairs they have been talking about cutting bus and subway service up to 40% if the PTA does not get $12 billion in federally through next year. On the sports in a minute. I met Sandy Yankees married each other's far scores go, 11 11 will hear about it in a minute and Noah game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready? Go. So, um, have you noticed how everyone's grammar is completely awful now? Like, you know, the texting in the helo Els Whatever having.

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"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:30 min | 6 months ago

"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"No more free rides fair started on empty buses this morning collections again after more than five months without charging riders. City Transit. Interim President Sarah Feinberg was on WCBS earlier today. Alas, we do need to start collecting fares again as you and others are aware the Mt is an am really serious financial situation and Now is really the time that we have to start collecting fares again, Of course, making sure that our riders you're safe on our bus operators or safe is our top priority. So while we're collecting chairs were also opening up the bus a little bit to make sure that there's ah additional ability to social distance full service resuming today as well on the 45 and six trains. A man was shot this morning, right in the middle of Times Square Police. They say there was some sort of argument at around six when shots were fired happened at 46th and Broadway. The whole thing caught on NYPD has cameras. The man in his thirties who was hit was taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound to his foot. Police are trying to track down the suspect last year lately in Polanco, a 27 year old transgender woman died while in solitary confinement at Rikers. She had been held in isolation for nine days. We're now learning her family has agreed to a lawsuit settlement against the city for $5.9 million, a record for an inmate's death in a city jail. Polanco died from a seizure. She was being held. On a $500 bail. It's 10 11 at WCBS Hiring could be challenging, but zip.

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New York - Front-Door Boarding, Fare Collection Resumes on MTA Buses

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:59 min | 6 months ago

New York - Front-Door Boarding, Fare Collection Resumes on MTA Buses

"For people who write M T a bus is for one thing. You once again have to pay fares. No more free rides on buses and you can now enter the bus through the front door. I spoke with New York City Transit Interim President Sarah Feinberg this morning on WCBS front door boarding is resuming. Today we've heard anecdotally from writers about some crowding issues on some bus lines. Will front door boarding help without you think I think it will. Look, this is New York City and a lot of people write the best in the subways who are always gonna have some crowding issues and you're you're probably never gonna be able to get the 6 ft that you would like. But we do think that this will help quite a bit. So this really opens up the front of the bus gives people the ability to spread out a little bit while you know, maintaining a lot of space between writers and bus operators. We've put up a barrier between the operator and writers so we can really minimize minimized sort of the air circulation between the two but also give writers more space. Some bus drivers have said the empty has not done enough to protect them. How would you respond to that? Well, look, I you know, we have been hit incredibly hard by Cove it you know, we set months where we had thousands of people quarantined. Many became sick. We've unfortunately lost. 131 of our colleagues. And so you know there is there is a lot of anxiety it empty a among our workforce and for good reason. Thes were the heroes who were out every day. All day all night moving the folks who needed to get to work. Not just moving New York through this crisis, but really giving the heart the ability to survive this crisis. So, look, I mean, this is what we're doing to protect our workforce and also to protect our riders. Masks were readily available. We give pee peed all of our operators. We've put this barrier up between the operator and the riders. To protect the operator, you know, but we also we also realised you need to do more until over the fall. We're going to be put it. We're going to be installing an even more significant barrier between operators and riders as well. New York City

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MTA Says Free Rides, Back Door Boarding On MTA Buses Is Ending In New York City

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

01:01 min | 7 months ago

MTA Says Free Rides, Back Door Boarding On MTA Buses Is Ending In New York City

"Saying. saying. There's There's no no such such thing thing as as a a free free lunch. lunch. They They will will add add bus bus rides rides that that now now once once again again in in a a couple couple of of weeks weeks here here in in New New York York City, City, rear rear door door boarding boarding on on all all empty empty buses buses was was put put in place back in March and effort to protect the bus drivers. It also meant a free ride. We can't afford to lose out on these revenues at this moment, the empty as interim city Transit President Sarah Feinberg says that free ride ends on the 31st. We're installing these protective barriers between operators and riders. Riders will also have more space to spread out. The front of the bus open again Empty A bus division had Craig Cipriani says Bus ridership is still growing basically on pace with subways. We can just as many customers as the subways, which is a big change from before the pandemic when the subway carried far more people, we start off with a communication campaign and eagle team reminding folks of their responsibility, Customs of responsibility to pay the fan where the mess a spokesman for Transport Workers union, local 100 says drivers are being told not to do any enforcement as they look to avoid confrontations with Riders in hell's

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"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:39 min | 8 months ago

"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"And interim transit President Sarah Feinberg says the empty A is offering masks to commuters who don't have one when they enter the system, including those who rely on buses this week. We're starting a program where we will have a mask dispensers in buses. This is a pilot program. We'll see how it goes. Homemade mask dispensers thanks to our innovative minds at buses allow folks who board the bus and do not have a mask with them to take a mask. We'll see how that pilot program goes. And if it if it goes well, we'll obviously expand it regarding trains Mask civil already been available at station booths to try to ensure social distancing rolls, and they're now being Again headed out on trains. School administrators across New Jersey You're asking parents to build up mask endurance among their youngsters before the start of the new academic year, with several district set to require near constant mask used to mitigate Corona virus concerns. Acting Summit Superintendent Robert Cardella suggest moms and dads But they're kids used to them now before they're in hallways and classrooms, he says. Look for reusable, washable face coverings your child is comfortable wearing it gradually lengthened the amount of time I can tolerate them. It's 8 11 sports is next. And now a game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready. Go. Hey, um Yes, we should talk about something. How's thie? Vermicelli game in your town. Got any good Vietnamese restaurants Vermicelli. Oh, it's a noodle. Very good drivers Switch to progressive.

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New York MTA Buses to Start Collecting Fares Again in August

Midday News

00:24 sec | 8 months ago

New York MTA Buses to Start Collecting Fares Again in August

"Says it's still on pays to resume collecting bus fares next month. Interim President Sarah Feinberg is not giving an exact date yet, but says the transit agency needs the cash. Passengers have been entering buses through rear doors as a safety measure for drivers, but that's made payment impossible. Perhaps not. Surprisingly, ridership on buses has increased more than it has for the subways, where people still have to swipe their metro cards. It's 11

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"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Re opening this week here's W. CBS's mac Rosenberg for people worried about the possibility of packed subway cars during phase one and why C. transit interim president Sarah Feinberg says it's going to happen so we don't want to be in a place where everyone can succeed this is because the reality is that means there's almost no one in the system and no one's going to work and she says if there aren't crowding conditions it means such a tiny percentage of riders are being served at the MCA is not doing its job or that the city is completely closed down people are taking their time right you know approaching the system with per day more than eight hundred thousand people are riding the subways that number is more than nine hundred thousand on buses at Hudson yards back Rosenberg WCBS newsradio eight eighty four eleven at WCBS meet Chuck now meet trucks personal information hello made up of things like account log ins bank info and check social security number whenever chop shops banks and browses online his info travels all over the world bowls you ni how brief yet exposing it to cyber threats well that's no good so how is chock able to sleep because he knows Norton and LifeLock are now part of one company Norton three sixty with LifeLock provides an all in one membership for your cyber safety it gives you device security identity theft protection a VPN for online privacy and more no one can prevent all cybercrime and identity theft but.

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"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To wear masks New York City transit interim president Sarah Feinberg told ten ten wins there's no reason for writers not to have a mask on it somehow after all day if you forgot your master may be falling out of your pocket or maybe the elastic broke we've got extra math for you in the station but if you lose your masters go to the booth and ask for an extra one officials are asking employers to stagger work hours to reduce crowding on trains and platforms a new report finds the vast majority of complaints about mistreatment of youth by the NYPD stemmed from police encounters with black children the civilian complaint review board says nearly two thirds of youth complaints involve children of color including many stop for so called innocuous activities it highlights several instances of racial profiling the release comes amid ongoing nationwide protest calling for more police accountability the NYPD says it's following recommendations to prevent over policing of minority youth New York has extended the deadline to submit absentee ballots up until the day of the election governor Cuomo signed the legislation yesterday which allows primary ballots to be counted if they're postmarked by June twenty third voters can still go to the the polls in person the city's board of elections is expected to mail out about four million absentee ballots in total the governor will also issue an executive order extending the deadline for school districts to receive school budget balance and the New York times says its editorial page editor James Bennet has resigned that's after outrage over an op ed by a Republican senator who advocated using military force to quell protests around the country Bennett had defended publishing the piece but admitted he didn't read it beforehand sometimes journalists said it endangered black employees and called in sick to protest an internal review found the piece did not meet the paper standards Bennett's resignation is effective immediately well we've got a couple of beautiful days in front of us.

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"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Are blocked in the crash is still being cleared in Edison on southbound route one at old post road and one lane is blocked their next traffic update less than ten minutes away and WCBS scan a live update on potentially some stormy weather here's Bob Larson well here but throughout the area this afternoon mostly cloudy few peaks assigned it could be a shower scattered about see some activity north of the city at this hour eighty one for the high that a couple of showers and thunderstorms later today into the saving quite humid survival sixty dive war bad habit of our backs the clouds sun to give me a shower thunderstorm I eighty six cooler once you but on Sunday it's now seventeen was sentenced seventy seven and rock away seventy three bit jambalaya VT one Paul and Bob Monday brings phase one here to New York City in the NYC transit interim president Sarah Feinberg told us it'll be a real test for the subways and buses and for riders who might not feel so comfortable on public transit the first thing for people to remember is that phase one is not a signal to all of New York you get on the subway system and you know to go shopping phase one is about the potential workers to expand you know out in the fifth inning keeping us going the whole time plus the phase one worker said the construction crews the folks you're going to be doing the curbside retail need to travel during phase one or those are the folks who should be traveling during phase one and we're excited to welcome them back to the system and and I I do think people will feel comfortable but we spent the last many weeks cleaning disinfecting and making sure that the system is ready for folks to.

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"sarah feinberg" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:06 min | 10 months ago

"sarah feinberg" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Tonight's the night relates morals the morning the subway service will be stopped wanting him to five AM for disinfection of all subway cars and stations and removal of the homeless that's going to take a massive police presence to accomplish was shut down will continue until further notice however the MTA will see to it that any essential workers get where they need to go during these overnight hours the MTA is adding overnight bus service on routes that normally don't run during one in five and making existing bus service more frequent for some people bus service is not going to work they may live in a location or traveling to a location where buses are just not reasonable its bus service is not going to work for you and in this case we would call and reasonable more than an hour and twenty minutes or more than two transfers we will provide tax delivery service in from New York City transit president Sarah Feinberg says people can sign up at NTA dot info slash overnight the overnight work is deploying not just the personnel cleaning and disinfecting but what the agency is calling an unprecedented number of NYPD officers to help close and secure the station's

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MTA to Add More Than 1,100 Bus Trips As Part of Overnight Subway Closure Plan in New York City

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 10 months ago

MTA to Add More Than 1,100 Bus Trips As Part of Overnight Subway Closure Plan in New York City

"Tonight's the night relates morals the morning the subway service will be stopped wanting him to five AM for disinfection of all subway cars and stations and removal of the homeless that's going to take a massive police presence to accomplish was shut down will continue until further notice however the MTA will see to it that any essential workers get where they need to go during these overnight hours the MTA is adding overnight bus service on routes that normally don't run during one in five and making existing bus service more frequent for some people bus service is not going to work they may live in a location or traveling to a location where buses are just not reasonable its bus service is not going to work for you and in this case we would call and reasonable more than an hour and twenty minutes or more than two transfers we will provide tax delivery service in from New York City transit president Sarah Feinberg says people can sign up at NTA dot info slash overnight the overnight work is deploying not just the personnel cleaning and disinfecting but what the agency is calling an unprecedented number of NYPD officers to help close and secure the station's

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"sarah feinberg" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:02 min | 10 months ago

"sarah feinberg" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"From New York City transit president Sarah Feinberg says people can sign up NTA dot info slash overnight the overnight work is deploying not just the personnel cleaning and disinfecting but what the agency is calling an unprecedented number of NYPD officers to help close and secure the station's Sonia Rincon ten ten wins news Wednesday's time seven forty eight mayor de Blasio says video of a social distancing arrest by the NYPD in the East Village over the weekend is troubling police commissioner Dermot Shea says the incident is under investigation I spoke yesterday about the end of that video and and I was not happy with what I saw I think we we could be better than that quite frankly an officer slapped a man in the face punched him in the shoulder and dragged into a sidewalk over an alleged social distancing violation that officer Francisco Garcia has been placed on modified assignment PBA president Pat Lynch says officers should not be in the social distancing enforcement business in a statement he says the rank and file are getting vague guidelines and mixed messages Wednesday's time seven forty nine an update tonight from the New York state labor department which has found itself under a rush of unemployment application as many as ninety thousand new Yorkers have struggled to collect their unemployment benefits many are first time filers and state labor commissioner Roberta Reardon says each week you have to certify your eligibility again if you're new to unemployment insurance you wouldn't necessarily realize that it's an ongoing process that so everybody needs to certify every week in order to qualify for that the commissioner adds despite the state's virus triggered financial problems you will still get your money you know I know that there had been concern and the social media sphere that ain't going broke and all my gosh I will get my benefits you will get your benefits you'll get all of your benefits Britain says they've expanded the automated call service and brought in employees from other departments to man the phones al Jones ten ten wins news witnessed on seven fifty governor Phil Murphy senators Cory Booker and Bob Menendez and others in New Jersey are calling for the resignation of a Trenton council member who made homophobic remarks in a profane rant aimed at that city's mayor during a coronavirus conference call councilmember robin Vaughan represents the west ward in Trenton and spend ten minutes yelling at mayor Reid gusty aura who is Trenton's first openly gay mayor Vaughn has not commented the office of the secretary of the Senate says it cannot release the information Joe Biden wants public presumptive democratic presidential nominee requested the secretary of the Senate release any such complaint from former Senate aide terror read read alleges Biden sexually assaulted her in nineteen ninety three when Biden was a U. S. senator under advice of legal counsel the secretary of the and it says the office has no discretion to disclose the existence of or any such information about the complaint requested by former vice president Biden the response goes on to say any complaint filed against Biden could not be made public based on the laws strict confidentiality requirements Linda Kenyon Washington when he's done seven fifty one for the traffic.

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New York - Amid Pandemic, MTA Takes New Steps to Remove Homeless From Subways

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00:47 sec | 10 months ago

New York - Amid Pandemic, MTA Takes New Steps to Remove Homeless From Subways

"Under pressure from governor Cuomo the MTA is taking new steps to clean the subways and remove people experiencing homelessness W. NYC Steven Nissen reports the transit agency is changing its rules of conduct so that no one will be allowed to stay on the train once it goes out of service the MTA is also sending the NYPD and social workers to stations to help people find a place to stay interim president of New York City transit Sarah Feinberg our customers should not have to board a car that's been used as a shelter our central workers on the front lines of this pandemic should not have their commutes adding to the stressed adding to their stress during this time the MTA has been disinfecting all trains every seventy two hours in cleaning stations every twenty four hours but says it'll come up with a plan to do even more cleaning at the governor's

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New York - Cuomo asks MTA to disinfect subway trains daily

All Things Considered

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

New York - Cuomo asks MTA to disinfect subway trains daily

"Under pressure from governor Cuomo the MTA is taking new steps to clean the subways and remove people experiencing homelessness W. N. Y. C.'s Steven Nelson reports the transit agency is changing its rules of conduct so that no one will be allowed to stay on the train once it goes out of service the MTA is also sending the NYPD and social workers to stations to help people find a place to stay interim president of New York City transit Sarah Feinberg our customers should not have to board a car that's been used as a shelter our central workers on the front lines of this pandemic should not have their commutes adding to the stressed adding to their stress during this time the MTA has been disinfecting all trains every seventy two hours in cleaning stations every twenty four hours well it says it'll come up with a plan to do even more cleaning at the governor's

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New York - Cuomo Calls Subway Cars Filled With Homeless People ‘Disgusting’

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

02:42 min | 11 months ago

New York - Cuomo Calls Subway Cars Filled With Homeless People ‘Disgusting’

"C. B. S. in his daily briefing yesterday governor Cuomo called the homeless situation on the New York City subways disgusting especially considering the risk people living on the trains amid the pandemic is causing governor Cuomo spoke about it on W. C. B. S. with our Michael Wallace what's the latest on that situation and and what do you hope it's done about it I yes Michael I think the Daily News in a front page that showed a picture of a subway car with the homeless people in garbage all through it Anish it is discussed again it's not just the Daily News story we've heard about this from many sources the number of robberies is actually off on this boys even though usage is down ninety percent and the MTA has to take dramatic action and they have to take it now we have the subways opened so are essential workers can get to work and these are the heroes of today that the doctors the nurses the food delivery people the transit workers were there every day and we owe them more than this Michael we have to have those trains disinfected they have to be clean people ought to know when they get on the train in the morning it's a clean disinfected trained and the homeless aren't being helped either I am is not helping the homeless this is not doing anyone a favor yeah the home was on the train in the middle of a pop public health crisis without masks without any protection so we're not helping anyone it has to change and it has to change now in the MTA has to tell us what we need to do to get the trains disinfected every night only our city transit intern president Sarah Feinberg says and her MTA employees are not the people to tackle this problem so who should be tackling it is at a city hall problem as it is then why P. problem it's not about pointing fingers at this time we're in a very impossible situation I just want to know how to fix it and I will fix it and they have to tell me what they need to fix it the number of homeless are up the N. Y. P. D. have difficulty dealing with the issue the MTA hired a private security guards and with the private security guards do is when they see a homeless person they call three one one which goes back to the NYPD so this makes no sense and if they need more police they should tell me they need more police and we'll figure that out if they ask to reduce train service so they can disinfect trains whatever they need just let them tell me and I will get it done governor Cuomo on W. C. B. S. with Michael

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NYC subways are shelter for homeless in coronavirus crisis

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:26 sec | 11 months ago

NYC subways are shelter for homeless in coronavirus crisis

"New York City transit president Sarah Feinberg says homeless people are spreading out on train seats making it even harder for passengers to keep their distance we stay in close contact with the NYPD in the city but I think it's safe to say everyone here is losing patience with with the situation the city department of homeless services says it does have workers in the subways making wellness checks and removing squatters from

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"sarah feinberg" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:39 min | 11 months ago

"sarah feinberg" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"That's eight hundred seven one nine five six seven five eight hundred seven one nine five six seven five time six forty eight Amazon workers at the company's Staten Island warehouse are holding another protest against their working conditions a week after a worker who called the first job action was fired the company says he violated a company mandate for quarantine orders he says that wasn't the case he's worked at Amazon's golf Avenue warehouse on Staten Island for the last two years but Jordan flowers wonders if it's worth is helped with the virus not the way Houghton you know having a medical condition if it does we can be more at risk of head unit for the second time in a week workers staged a noontime protest claiming there have been over two dozen cases of corona virus among workers you want the warehouse to be shut down between two weeks well over the decree in a statement Amazon says it has tripled its cleaning protocol and enforces social distancing out all warehouses al Jones ten ten wins news with the growing number of Kobe nineteen cases on Long Island some officials are asking the governor to consider re opening Long Beach Medical Center as a temporary hospital Newsday says state senator Todd Kaminsky and assembly member Missy Miller wrote a letter to the state health commissioner calling Nassau County a battleground in the fight against Kobe nineteen and asked that the Medical Center shot since superstorm sandy be re opened Nassau County has more than fifteen thousand confirmed cases of covert nineteen three hundred and eighty one deaths Suffolk County has more than two hundred deaths wins news time at six fifty one mass transit continues to run round the clock thirty three MTA employees have died of corona virus New York City transit president Sarah Feinberg tells ten ten wins one thousand one hundred and sixty seven employees have tested positive more than fifty six hundred are in quarantine but Feinberg says the schedule stands for now we don't have any any plans to reduce service at this time nothing is evident and amazingly enough the hugely huge tax that our workers we actually added service today the two line and we had really been struggling over the last week to provide good you know good service on the G. line because so many queue line crews at the quarantine and that the work force just absolutely great can work to get it over the last couple of days she says ridership is down by ninety five percent and bridge and tunnel revenue is also down massively Wednesday's times six times the traffic and transit here's Elliot gosh meant that we cleared metro north on the Hudson line we had service.

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"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"With corona virus in New York for the two hundred fifty have died in New York since yesterday the rate of hospitalization from corona viruses doubling now every six days in New York state and number three five MTA employees have died from the corona virus the agency announced this afternoon five MTA workers many of them tested positive many more the more in quarantine the MTA's interim president Sarah Feinberg is on the news line we appreciate your time I know it's it's a difficult time can you can you tell us about these employee debts of where they were they involved in any particular area of operations in transit this is an unmissable devastating day and then a dedicated couple weeks from New York City transit on these individuals work across various modes so my fear is that subway is one of that train operator with a track worker so you know just just like other other cities and states are suffering you know these these came from come across the board at New York City transit largest devastated but the level of staffing overall are you seeing more employees calling out are you confident that you'll be able to keep up the level of service if you've been able to provide thus far we're running what we refer to as our central service but you know if it's done well running the best that we can right now it it's it's not it's not great that's not what people are used to we have a lot of folks who are out sick and we have thousands of people who are in quarantine at this point we've been hearing about good over crowding on the trains there's been some video knocking around on social media the NYPD ready to take steps what can you tell us about that is is the MTA prepare to do some things to try and address this issue where where I mean median white peony MTA police actually are all out for us and that our request and we're we're we're pleased that they're working with us on it you know the crowding issue seem to be very sporadic you know we're not seeing it at a lot of places were asking people to use common sense to the best of their ability if if the train approaches if you crash the car please keep walking down the platform to Alaska out of car than the typical behavior you would probably you would probably use anyway so you know it's sporadic but it's not you know it's not something that we that we want to see particularly at this moment in time we certainly appreciate your time and what is a very a tough day for the MTA the MTA interim president Sarah Feinberg on the line thank you so much zero five forty eight at W. C. B. S. time for traffic.

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"sarah feinberg" Discussed on Second Avenue Sagas Podcast

Second Avenue Sagas Podcast

12:20 min | 1 year ago

"sarah feinberg" Discussed on Second Avenue Sagas Podcast

"Welcome Back to another episode of the Second Avenue Sagas podcast I'm your host Benjamin k back and my guest today is Sarah Feinberg the former administrator of the federal route Eh Bloomberg and facebook she served as chief of staff at the US Department of Transportation for heading up the F. R. A. for the final two years of the Obama Administration Sara joined the MTA board in February after serving as a judge of the governor's genius challenge in twenty seventeen over the past eight months. She's been a vocal advocate for responsive N. responsible MTA allow voice speaking up for some of the more powerless transit riders during MTA board meetings the first eight months of fiber time on the board would have been anything but quiet for the MTA the L. train work has loomed over the city while a fare hike went into effect in April meanwhile the governor has been pushing for MTA Trans formation while the board recently approved a fifty one billion dollar capital plan the largest five year investment plan in the agency's history the MTA came under fire from transit advocates who charged the governor with delaying the public release of the plan advocates for New Yorkers with disabilities have been flooding MTA board meetings for years urging for an increased urgency and investment station accessibility it's just another year for the MTA but it hasn't all been bad news though as Omni the not as long awaited Metro card killer debuted earlier this year and this month's launch of the Fourteenth Street bus way has been hailed citywide as a transit success story with the capital plan largely supporting Andy Byford fast forward initiatives and the launch of the bus way the MTA seems to be on a better path lately but I still hear lots of skepticism towards the governor and his way of inserting himself awkwardly into the MTA's affairs and there's an ongoing debate over the role of the board governing the MTA the board is act as a buffer between the governor and the agency it's that role and her experiences at the federal level that Sarah and I are going to discuss today Sarah thank you for joining me Thank you so somewhat rare among MTA board members these days is your background you grew up in West Virginia spent twenty years in DC with a stop in San Francisco before arriving work in so many people on the MTA board to seem to be New Yorkers for the duration of their lives or their adult lives their careers I think it's important to have a diverse array of voices on the Board how did the transit systems in the places that you've been to compare with New York's and what can you learn from these places great question yes a growing up in West Virginia Group in Charleston West Virginia which is actually usually the biggest biggest city in West Virginia except during WVU Football Games morgantown the biggest city so obviously there's no subway there there is a bus system I actually took the city bus school most days and when I wasn't playing sports took the city bus home and so I was bus rider from early on and You know the bus that I rode before it came up the hill to get me serviced even more rural part of of the outskirts of Charleston we actually lived outside of the city limits so so that was my first experience with transit and in Washington to when I got to Washington right after college was the first time I had ever written subway I visited New York like once with my mom when I was title we didn't take the subway I don't know why and and I remember to this day I used to feel so grownup when I would ride the metro and I get nervous about like putting my card in and I would frequently take the train in the wrong direction and get off and turn around and come together way and and obviously got got used to it over ears but but I am still frequently in DC because my family they're my partners families there's were there a lot and we try to use the system and were frequently like waiting for ten or twelve fifteen minutes for train not at two o'clock in the morning three o'clock in the on Tuesday so I've spent a lot of time living near a system that is clean and beautiful and accessible the ball and and well-built but boy leaves a lot to be desired the services that's always that's always the the DC New York debate that we all get into the aw I don't often by the way there are a lot of places you can't get so great if you're going to dismiss greatest going to Capitol Hill great if you're going you know it seems like a commuter system almost that is sort of masquerading subway stops are very far apart and don't go to a lot of areas there's not good inter connectivity across the city but people love it because they say it's cleaner and I guess getting to be more reliable than it used to be yeah I mean and look when I was a dot we were in the when I was chief of staff at dot and then F. R. E. Administrator we were in the middle of this debate about whether we needed to actually shut down for some amount of time because the system had not unlike New York had reached a maintenance level that where it had just fallen off a cliff and we were having thing smoke incidents fire incidents which were really really dangerous and you don't know how much you paid attention at the time but it we F- Attala the from smoke inhalation and it was horrifying and so we were in the process of and obviously it's one thing to work in transportation at the federal level and then the system that Sir the federal government to actually think about having to shut that down because you have safety concerns we were going through the steps of trying to figure out how you get an entire federal workforce to work work you have to shut down the system so those were not good times they are such a better place now than they were anyway already gotten distracted that's quite all right so safety it's part of the conversation safety I feel like has been a theme for you over the last few years you know when you're you started at the CIA at a time when the Senate decided to push out PC compliance deadlines but it's still been a big focus of the administration and something that you are speaking out for you here's what are your experiences and perspectives from the FAA have you been able to bring to the MTA discussions and meetings and how does their safety records stack up well anytime you're at a department of Transportation Transit Agency any kind of deal like that at an airline the whatever safety is the top I'm first priority because nothing else matters you can't get that right right so that was very much the the priority when I was chief of staff we spent a lot of time working on the read by rail issue which was the movement of volatile crude Oughta added the BOC into the to the coast and figuring out what we could do to improve the safety of of of the rail system that way and then at the F. A. Obviously tons of of safety issues that we're working on reference the Senate pushing back that deadline first of all that's probably a whole other podcast we could do an it's an actually the P. T. C. debate is real lesson that you may WanNa talk about it at some point in in pushing a bureaucracy meet a challenge that it does not think that can meet and then it's not particularly interested in meeting and that was really it was a huge piece of the two years that I was there and the congress eventually moved to the deadline because they because they failed to get me to move the deadline because the administrator said I will not move this deadline because If the administrators willing to move safety deadline we will have much bigger problems and so and so the reason they moved it was because was because we refuse to move it but in terms of safety lessons I mean it it it always has to be priority number one and then everything else can get done after that but if you're not able to keep people's safe then you can't do anything else so after your departure president trump named former railway executive to the IRA which sometimes people viewed as asking the into guard the Fox to guard the Henhouse and Elaine Chao is hardly been a friend to urban transit agencies has the shift in federal policy harmed the MTA in we'll get back to the capital plan do you think it's safe to still assume a massive federal contribution to the MTA's long-term investments sell so my successor Ron Batori was a CEO at At conrail and and you know that the the sort of knee jerk reaction is that's the Fox guarding the Henhouse I have to say I have not been particularly alarmed by any safety decisions he's made he's continued to prioritize PTC when the easiest thing in the world would have been for him to walk in and find ways to extend the that line so I I actually feel like he's done a great job and I I don't think that his tenure Fra's necessarily impacted mta all that much look I mean secretary chows impact has been enormous even if you just look at gateway the fact that the admission nation is willing to stop a project in its tracks for no good reason whatsoever that anyone can determine there's some talk about about funding but in my experience in history and long before I was in the Obama Administration I spent many years on Capitol Hill working with polly Bergen others you know this is an unprecedented really abuse of what the administration should be doing of what any administration should be doing I mean the responsibility is to keep projects moving not to kill them in the cradle so that that that alone has been really get into how much that can harm the region you know even if trump loses next year and there's a new administration and they sort of ramp backup gateway funding still four years we're not getting back right the time has been lost and to be clear like this is nothing short of someone sitting on a piece of paper so that the project won't move forward this is not let's have a debate out money funding let's have a debate about how the you know what exactly is included in the project maybe we should include bridge maybe we shouldn't include four whatever none from the president he doesn't want to support a region that's not going to vote for him didn't vote for him doesn't particularly like him look I I mean I don't know if it's secretary chows harder if it's the president's part but it's hard for me to understand or imagine someone who's been elected by the American people intentionally wrist asking the economic impact that we could be flirting with in New York I mean the the governor and I've had multiple conversations about this and I I've suggested and I think at some point someone will probably do this that you know we just we probably need to do a quick and dirty study about what the economic impact will be if we lose that tunnel so because again and you know there's a people who are focused on gateway in more and more people are understand what we're talking about when we say lose a tunnel it's not that all of a sudden some of the tunnels going to go floating down the river and we're GONNA have a we're going to have a massive incident what's going to happen has an engineer is going to walk through that tunnel one day is gonna say that's it like trying to start your thirty year old car in your driveway on a cold day at some point you can you can you.

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"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Sure to tune in this week for the latest updates with a._j. madison s the appliance experts the m._t._a. wants the ban repeat offenders from writing subways trains and trains w._c._b._s. reports birth story here are the transit recidivists the people who the n._y._p._d. says commit crime after crime in transit system if for no other reason than being trapped in a subway car makes a lot of easy targets a committee within the m._t._a. boards approving a resolution that would ban repeat offenders from using subways buses and trains board member sarah feinberg says the transit system needs to be treated differently because when you are stuck on a moving railcar with someone who is attacking you assaulting you've rubbing you there is nowhere to go another board member david jones says this might be doing more harm than good unless we make characterizes extraordinarily narrowly we're gonna end up sweeping in people and make it almost certain that they're going to have to return to the life of crime because i wouldn't have any trap and krantz petition option have to be inactive by lawmakers in albany they are scheduled to meet again until next year steve burns w._c._b._s. newsradio eighty w._c._b._s.'s Time eleven twenty two. make your own takeout from the kitchen table in new york city i'm rachel and this is on the radio visits for six toes we have half a pound of shrimp killed in debate of course to add engine ginger root for scallions coarsely chopped garlic a small handful of salon tro drizzle of toasted sesame oil and some soy sauce cornstarch a little white pepper just gonna guys together trust the toast with the shrimp shallow fry them for this recipe and more tips go to retail show dot com from the kitchen table in new york city i'm rachel ray.

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"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"sarah feinberg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Nj dot org. The Pentagon is developing plans to withdraw up to half the American troops serving in Afghanistan. More in five minutes at twelve fifty five. It's Bloomberg money news on WCBS with a look at stock futures after it was basic selloff on Wall Street, given concern about a possible government shutdown. Dow futures trending higher by five points. Nasdaq futures ahead sixteen and a half s and p futures up two and a half points. This is the Bloomberg green business report by the middle of the century. Climate change is likely to disrupt the busiest stretch of rail in North America parts of Amtrak's northeast corridor. Route which carries twelve million people each year between Boston and Washington face. What the union of concerned scientists calls chronic inundation flooding rising seas and storm surge retinue a road the track bed knockout train traffic signals collapsed. Power bowls and inundate city substations. When the study was conducted members of Amtrak staff warned there is not an alternative route that can be used as a detour. Although the report was completed in April of last year its conclusions were kept private until this past month. When a partially redacted version was obtained by Bloomberg through a public records request Amtrak since the emphasize the threat of climate change and its public documents, even scrubbing the phrase entirely from its most recent five year strategic plan Sarah Feinberg, former administrator of the federal railroad administration says these days talking about climate doesn't work with congress. That's the Bloomberg green business.

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