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Transportation, Local Government, City Infrastructure

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Having lived in NYC most my life, I am an 'expert' on navigating it both by public transport, car and bicycle. I am also very knowledgeable on how the City works (and occasionally does not work!) in areas such as government, infrastructure, etc.


BA (from a well known local university)

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2013-01-12 GWB vs TappenZee around 2am:

The following radio stations have traffic every 10 minutes and cover the tri-state region:  880 AM (on the 8s)  1010 AM (on the 1s)    For southern & central NJ, listen to 101.5 FM (traffic every 15 minutes)

2013-01-11 GWB vs TappenZee around 2am:

Most of the time I would definitely suggest taking the longer route over the TZB but at 2am going the GWB route should be okay.  (It's actually not the GWB that is a problem, but the Cross Bronx Expressway

2011-04-11 route and fare:

By public transportation, it will take at least 3.5 hours.  You will need to:  - take AirTrain ($7.25 combined AirTrain+subway ticket payable when you exit) to Jamaica  - take Subway (E train towards World

2011-02-03 travel:

The ferry to Lewes, DE leaves from Cape May, NJ.  See and also confirm the schedules at    Also see

2010-01-22 George Washington or Tappan Zee Bridge:

Yes, I've done a similar drive and the Tappan Zee is a better route.  Not only will you avoid the George Washington Bridge and Cross Bronx but you also avoid traffic on I-95 around Stamford.  Between Hartford


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