• Mta Ticket?

    Best answer: As Stephen said - you have to pay. Reduced fare cards are very specific in that the have the users name and photo on them. THat means that only the person named & whose photo is on the card can legally use it. By your using it you committed fare evasion. Just FYI - when a reduced fare card is is swiped in a turnstile, a red... show more
    Best answer: As Stephen said - you have to pay. Reduced fare cards are very specific in that the have the users name and photo on them. THat means that only the person named & whose photo is on the card can legally use it. By your using it you committed fare evasion. Just FYI - when a reduced fare card is is swiped in a turnstile, a red light goes on just above the small screen on the front (and also on the back of the turnstile). That way a police officer can see if a person used the card and then question that person if it is obvious that the user is not disabled or a senior citizen.
    6 answers · New York City · 1 year ago
  • Do I need to shave?

    Best answer: That is totally up to you. Just keep in mind that the hair will grow back so you'll have to "maintain" it the way you would your face (that is when you start shaving your face).
    Best answer: That is totally up to you. Just keep in mind that the hair will grow back so you'll have to "maintain" it the way you would your face (that is when you start shaving your face).
    8 answers · Men's Health · 2 years ago
  • How much does a six flag ticket cost for 15-16 yr olds and can I get there by metro north I live in NYC?

    Best answer: You can't get there by MetroNorth. You have to take MetroNorth to Grand Central, then take the subway (42nd St Shuttle) or walk to Times Square and then go to the Port Authority Bus Terminal at 41st St & 8th Av. You then have to take a bus (NJ Transit route 308) to Six Flags. BUT - you should be aware that there is only 1 bus per... show more
    Best answer: You can't get there by MetroNorth. You have to take MetroNorth to Grand Central, then take the subway (42nd St Shuttle) or walk to Times Square and then go to the Port Authority Bus Terminal at 41st St & 8th Av. You then have to take a bus (NJ Transit route 308) to Six Flags. BUT - you should be aware that there is only 1 bus per day to Six Flags and it leaves the Port Authority at 9:30 AM. There is also only 1 bus back to NY and depending on the date it leaves Six Flags at 8:30 PM, or 9:30PM or a bit later (see the schedule on the link below for the departure time of the bus TO NYC). See the information on this link for more information: http://www.njtransit.com/var/var_servlet... (when the page comes up click on New York and Newark (Bus route 308) The cost of a combine ticket (bus + admission) will depend on what you want to see. The details are at the bottom of the page at the above link.
    2 answers · New York City · 5 years ago
  • NEW YORK TRAIN TRANSPORTATION?

    Best answer: From Grand Central (42nd St & Park Av) take a Harlem Line train to Hartsdale station. Harlem Line timetable: http://www.mta.info/mnr/html/planning/sc... Select weekday or weekend fro n the resulting page The fare is $15.00 one way (off-peak) or $17.00 (Peak/Rush hour).
    Best answer: From Grand Central (42nd St & Park Av) take a Harlem Line train to Hartsdale station. Harlem Line timetable: http://www.mta.info/mnr/html/planning/sc... Select weekday or weekend fro n the resulting page The fare is $15.00 one way (off-peak) or $17.00 (Peak/Rush hour).
    3 answers · Rail · 5 years ago
  • Turningstone Casino Buses from NJ?

    Best answer: A check of the web shows that there is nothing in NJ available. Almost all bus services in NY seemed to be based in upstate NY. There is a bus in NYC but it is in Flushing Queens. It is an overnight... show more
    Best answer: A check of the web shows that there is nothing in NJ available. Almost all bus services in NY seemed to be based in upstate NY. There is a bus in NYC but it is in Flushing Queens. It is an overnight tour. http://www.gotobus.com/shenghuibus/newyo... It appears you are 'stuck' with whatever method you have which is 4 hours there and 4 hours back.
    1 answer · New York City · 5 years ago
  • How do i take amtrack from hartford to new haven ct?

    Best answer: You can take Amtrak from Hartford CT to NYC (NY Penn Station) rather than change at New Haven. Go to the Hartford, CT train station. Purchase your Amtrak ticket at the station - it is best to buy online and in advance as that train tends to get sold out. But if you want to take Amtrak to New Haven then MetroNorth from New Haven... show more
    Best answer: You can take Amtrak from Hartford CT to NYC (NY Penn Station) rather than change at New Haven. Go to the Hartford, CT train station. Purchase your Amtrak ticket at the station - it is best to buy online and in advance as that train tends to get sold out. But if you want to take Amtrak to New Haven then MetroNorth from New Haven to Grand Central. Take Amtrak to New Haven. Go downstairs and buy a ticket on MetroNorth for Grand Central (42nd St & Park Av).
    2 answers · New York City · 5 years ago
  • Urgent - Travel from JFK (NY) to Newport PATH Station?

    Best answer: You friend does have a point but I agree with your wanting to save money. A taxi from JFK to Manhattan would cost $52 (flat fare) plus tolls + tip). In Manhattan you can get the PATH train (at 33rd St & 6th Av) to Newport in Jersey City, NJ. A cheaper way will be AirTrain, Subway and PATH. Take the AirTrain to the Jamaica... show more
    Best answer: You friend does have a point but I agree with your wanting to save money. A taxi from JFK to Manhattan would cost $52 (flat fare) plus tolls + tip). In Manhattan you can get the PATH train (at 33rd St & 6th Av) to Newport in Jersey City, NJ. A cheaper way will be AirTrain, Subway and PATH. Take the AirTrain to the Jamaica station (station D). Then walk to AirTrain turnstiles. At the turnstiles purchase an "AirTrain + Subway" MetroCard from the machine (Cost $8.50 - $5.00 is the AirTrain Fee, $2.50 is the subway fare and $1.00 is the MetroCard fee). - insert the card in the turnstile, $5.00 will be deducted, the card will be returned and the gate will open. - walk to the Long Island Railroad area to the left. - enter the LIRR area and walk to the elevator at the far end. - take any elevator down to the subway level (level A) - exit the elevator and go to the left (to the subway turnstiles). - slide the MetroCard (with the gold side facing you and the magnetic stip at the bottom) in the slot on the top of the turnstile. $2.50 will be deducted and the turnstile arm will release. Hold onto the MetroCard - it may come in handy later. - once in the subway take an elevator or escalator down 1 level to the 'E' train. Take any Manhattan bound E train to the Union Turnpike-Kew Gardens station. Wait on that platform for the 'F' train. - Take the F train to 34th St-Herald Square. - at 34th St use the stairs at the front of the platform. Exit thru the turnstiles and use the stairs at the left and go up 1 level to The PATH fare is $2.25. You can buy a single fare ticket from the larger machine or use that machine to put (refill) $2.25 on the MetroCard you got at the AirTrain station. [Note: Although PATH will accept a MetroCard, PATH is a separate system from the NYC subway] Insert either the single fare card or the refilled MetroCard in the slot on the front of the turnstile (the picture on the turnstile will show you how to insert the card). At the time you are traveling (between 11 PM and 5 AM and all day Saturday/Sunday) PATH will be operating from 33rd St to Journal Square via Hoboken. The train will leave on track 3 (sometimes on the middle track). Take that train to the Newport station. (shown as a Yellow and Blue line on the PATH map). PATH map: http://www.panynj.gov/path/maps.html {A comment on the LIRR suggestion in the other answer - there are fewer LIRR trains to Penn Station at that hour than there are subway trains. While you may save some time (but pay more on the LIRR) you'd have a longer wait for a LIRR train} Have a good flight.
    2 answers · New York City · 5 years ago
  • Does anyone know how to get to Ichi Umi in NYC?

    Best answer: The uptown R train is working in lower Manhattan (except on weekends). If you can't take the R, walk up to Bowling Green (3 blocks) and take an uptown 4 or 5 to 14th Street, then go across the platform for the 6 to 33rd Street. When you exit to the street at 33rd Street, cross over Park Avenue make a left and walk 1 block to 32nd... show more
    Best answer: The uptown R train is working in lower Manhattan (except on weekends). If you can't take the R, walk up to Bowling Green (3 blocks) and take an uptown 4 or 5 to 14th Street, then go across the platform for the 6 to 33rd Street. When you exit to the street at 33rd Street, cross over Park Avenue make a left and walk 1 block to 32nd Street, make a right on East 32nd Street and walk 1 1/2 blocks to 5th Avenue (to 6 East 32nd Street).
    4 answers · New York City · 5 years ago
  • What are the best NYC Beaches for Micro Bikinis?

    Best answer: A micro bikini? you wearing it or on someone else? The only beach(es) directly near the subway is Brighton Beach (B or Q to Brighton Beach) or Coney Island (D, F, N and Q trains to Coney Island-Stillwell Av). Perhaps you might find someone wearing one at the far ends of the beach. You might try Jacob Riis Park but it will take... show more
    Best answer: A micro bikini? you wearing it or on someone else? The only beach(es) directly near the subway is Brighton Beach (B or Q to Brighton Beach) or Coney Island (D, F, N and Q trains to Coney Island-Stillwell Av). Perhaps you might find someone wearing one at the far ends of the beach. You might try Jacob Riis Park but it will take 2 trains and a bus. A train (Far Rockaway train) to Broad Channel, the the Rockaway Park Shuttle (same platform) to Beach 116th St (last stop). Then walk 1 block to Rockaway Beach Blvd for the Q22 bus to Jacob Riis Park. Jacob Riis Park is known for people wearing anything (and sometimes nothing).
    4 answers · New York City · 5 years ago
  • Teenagers alone in NYC?

    Best answer: The lower school is at 41 Broad St and the Middle & High Schools are at 1 Morris St. In general the area is safe. There are lots of people there during the day and into early evening (people who work there and visitors). Later at night around 10 PM until the next morning there are very few people in the area. The area isn't... show more
    Best answer: The lower school is at 41 Broad St and the Middle & High Schools are at 1 Morris St. In general the area is safe. There are lots of people there during the day and into early evening (people who work there and visitors). Later at night around 10 PM until the next morning there are very few people in the area. The area isn't deserted but there just aren't a lot of people there overnight. Given the 'sensitive" nature of the area there is a large police presence.
    2 answers · New York City · 5 years ago
  • Can Grand Central Station take you to Central Park in New York?

    Best answer: From Grand Central - Take an UPTOWN 4, 5 or 6 train to 59th St station. Transfer there to a DOWNTOWN N, Q or R train for 1 stop - Fifth Av. Exit at the front of the station for 59th St (Central Park South)
    Best answer: From Grand Central - Take an UPTOWN 4, 5 or 6 train to 59th St station. Transfer there to a DOWNTOWN N, Q or R train for 1 stop - Fifth Av. Exit at the front of the station for 59th St (Central Park South)
    7 answers · New York City · 2 years ago
  • Why are New York subways so dirty?

    Best answer: You should be aware that the CIty does not operate the NYC subway. The NYC Subway is run by the MTA which is an agency chartered by the State of NY. NYC has very little to say other than having 3 members on the board of the MTA. The MTA always has financial problems and they do cut back on some aspects of station... show more
    Best answer: You should be aware that the CIty does not operate the NYC subway. The NYC Subway is run by the MTA which is an agency chartered by the State of NY. NYC has very little to say other than having 3 members on the board of the MTA. The MTA always has financial problems and they do cut back on some aspects of station maintenance, HOWEVER, when you consider that 5 million+ people ride the subway every day it just isn't pratical to clean the floors in every station all day long. People take the subways and they leave litter (waste containers are on the platform but people don't always use them). I have seen station cleaners sweeping a platform and then whne they are finished go to the next station. A person can only do so many stations in a day. And while they go to the next station, some slob is leaving litter on the platform just swept. As for trash on the tracks - there aren't enough VacTrac trains to cover the system every day. As such they cover as much as they can one night and then other parts the next night etc.
    10 answers · New York City · 5 years ago
  • Is the odd future store in new york still open?

    Best answer: The Odd Future store was only a 'pop-up' (temporary) store. It was open only during the concert dates in 2012.
    Best answer: The Odd Future store was only a 'pop-up' (temporary) store. It was open only during the concert dates in 2012.
    2 answers · New York City · 5 years ago
  • How busy is Borough Hall subway station in the morning (from7:30-10am)? Do you have to wait for another train?

    Best answer: Which direction are you heading? To Manhattan or into Brooklyn. Which train are you using? The 4 and 5 or the 2 and 3? In general, during the rush hour trains operate every few minutes. Borough Hall is a busy station during the rush hour between 7:30 AM and 9 AM. It is less crowded after 9 AM (until around 4 PM when the evening rush... show more
    Best answer: Which direction are you heading? To Manhattan or into Brooklyn. Which train are you using? The 4 and 5 or the 2 and 3? In general, during the rush hour trains operate every few minutes. Borough Hall is a busy station during the rush hour between 7:30 AM and 9 AM. It is less crowded after 9 AM (until around 4 PM when the evening rush begins). On the 4 & 5 Uptown (Manhattan bound) platform the trains are crowded but if you get on around the middle of the train or toward the back of the train you should have no problem. On the Downtown platform (Brooklyn bound) the train comes in crowded but a lot of people get off so you shouldn't have much problem. On the 2 and 3 Uptown (Manhattan bound) platform the trains are slightly less crowded (but not by much) than the ones on the 4 and 5. Mid platform is the best place to board. On the Downtown (Brooklyn bound) the trains are somewhat empty with people getting off at Wall St in Manhattan. [Note to Bob - the Jay St-Borough Hall station on the A, C and F is know called Jay St-MetroTech. No one that I know of every called that station 'Borough Hall' EDIT: Bob, I worked in one of the MetroTech buildings for 4 years and am aware of what the name of the station was at the time. EVeryone always called it Jay ST (as they still do) - It was renamed Jay St-MetroTech a year or so ago when the connection/transfer to the Lawrence St station (R train) was made. Lawrence St was also renamed Jay St-MetroTech].
    4 answers · New York City · 5 years ago
  • What train do i take to get from Elizabeth, NJ to Manhattan, New York?

    Best answer: From Elizabeth (Broad St) take any New York/Newark bound NJ Transit train (NE Corridor line or NJ Coast Line) to NY Penn Station (33rd St & 7th Av). Contrary to the information in the other answer - the fare is $6.75 each way (there is no discount for round trip). Make sure you buy the ticket BEFORE you get on the train or it will... show more
    Best answer: From Elizabeth (Broad St) take any New York/Newark bound NJ Transit train (NE Corridor line or NJ Coast Line) to NY Penn Station (33rd St & 7th Av). Contrary to the information in the other answer - the fare is $6.75 each way (there is no discount for round trip). Make sure you buy the ticket BEFORE you get on the train or it will cost $5.00 more. Current timetables: NE Corridor: http://www.njtransit.com/pdf/rail/R0070.... NJ Coast: http://www.njtransit.com/pdf/rail/R0080....
    1 answer · New York City · 5 years ago
  • Mail coming from little ar 72203 to bronx ny 10456. when will i get it?

    Best answer: By regular mail - it should take 3 to 4 days. If it placed in a street mailbox AFTER the pick-up time posted on the mailbox, it won't be picked up until the next morning in which case you may have to add a day.
    Best answer: By regular mail - it should take 3 to 4 days. If it placed in a street mailbox AFTER the pick-up time posted on the mailbox, it won't be picked up until the next morning in which case you may have to add a day.
    1 answer · Other - United States · 5 years ago
  • How do I get from New York penn station to the MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford NJ)?

    Best answer: Trains to MetLife Stadium operate ONLY when there is an event going on at the Stadium (football game, concert etc). Not all events at the Stadium will have train service. Some events have bus service at Secaucus Junction. Some events have no service at all. From NY Penn you would take a NJ Transit train (NE Corridor, NJ Coast or... show more
    Best answer: Trains to MetLife Stadium operate ONLY when there is an event going on at the Stadium (football game, concert etc). Not all events at the Stadium will have train service. Some events have bus service at Secaucus Junction. Some events have no service at all. From NY Penn you would take a NJ Transit train (NE Corridor, NJ Coast or MId Direct) to Secaucus Junction, then go upstairs and then down to tracks G & H for shuttle trains to the Stadium. When you buy the ticket you would buy it for Meadowland station. Check this link on the NJ Transit site to see if shuttle service is being provided for the particular event at the stadium. http://www.njtransit.com/sf/sf_servlet.s... Also call NJ Transit to check on available seervice - 1-973-275-5555
    3 answers · New York City · 5 years ago
  • Bus from long Island to Great Adventuire?

    Best answer: nless someone is running a charter trip from your area to Six Flags-Great Adventure there are no buses from Long Iland. You will have to take the LIRR to NY Penn Station, then go up to the Port Authority Bus Terminal (PABT) at 41st St & 8th Av. At the PABT you can get a NJ Transit Bus (Route 308) to Six Flags. BUT there is only 1 bus... show more
    Best answer: nless someone is running a charter trip from your area to Six Flags-Great Adventure there are no buses from Long Iland. You will have to take the LIRR to NY Penn Station, then go up to the Port Authority Bus Terminal (PABT) at 41st St & 8th Av. At the PABT you can get a NJ Transit Bus (Route 308) to Six Flags. BUT there is only 1 bus per day and it leaves the PABT at 9:30 AM. There is also only 1 bus back from Six Flags to the PABT. That leaves Six Flags at 9:30 PM (thru 8/25). After that the time will vary (either 8:30 PM, 9:30 PM or later) see the schedule on the link below. http://www.njtransit.com/var/var_servlet... (Click on New York and Newark - Route 308). Thje fare (either bus only or bus+admission) are on this page as well.
    1 answer · Other - United States · 5 years ago
  • I have a drivers ed Question about Learners Permit?

    Best answer: The certificate means that you passed the road test so you will not have to take it again when you turn 15. You cannot drive with the certificate. You will have to wait until to get the actual permit after you turn 15. Keep in mind that when you get your permit you will still need a licensed driver in the car when you drive. ... show more
    Best answer: The certificate means that you passed the road test so you will not have to take it again when you turn 15. You cannot drive with the certificate. You will have to wait until to get the actual permit after you turn 15. Keep in mind that when you get your permit you will still need a licensed driver in the car when you drive. Check the NC drivers manual for any other restrictions relating to a learner's permit. Good luck on the test.
    1 answer · Commuting · 5 years ago
  • How to go from (garfield nj)to (elizabeth nj) by train?

    Best answer: Take a Hoboken bound NJ Transit train (Bergen Line) to Secaucus Junction, then go upstairs for a NE Corridor (Trenton bound) or NJ Coast (Long Branch or Bay Head bound) train to Elizabeth station. There aren't that many trains stopping at Garfield during the day (about 1 train per hour). See the timetable below. [NOTE: check... show more
    Best answer: Take a Hoboken bound NJ Transit train (Bergen Line) to Secaucus Junction, then go upstairs for a NE Corridor (Trenton bound) or NJ Coast (Long Branch or Bay Head bound) train to Elizabeth station. There aren't that many trains stopping at Garfield during the day (about 1 train per hour). See the timetable below. [NOTE: check the departure screens at Secuacus when waiting for the train to Elizabeth as depending on the time of day some NE Corridor and NJ Coast trains may be express and will not stop at Elizabeth. You can ask the conductor on one of these trains befroe you board if the train stops at Elizabeth.] When you get to the Garfield station buy your ticket for Elizabeth $6.75 one way. Make sure you buy BEFORE getting on the train. Tickets bought on the train are charged $5.00 more. I will put links for the timetables below. Main/Bergen Line: http://www.njtransit.com/pdf/rail/r0020.... NE Corridor Line: http://www.njtransit.com/pdf/rail/r0070.... NJ Coast Line: http://www.njtransit.com/pdf/rail/r0080....
    1 answer · Rail · 5 years ago