The 2015 NYGeoCon committee would like to thank Pitney Bowes for their Platinum sponsorship of this special event! We appreciate the efforts of Pitney Bowes
Greetings, Just a heads up that I've updated our GIS files of subway stations and routes, reflecting the latest GTFS data from MTA (Sept 14, 2015) with thesr2182525
Saturday. October 17 10am-5:30pm LIFE ALONG THE L TRAIN The L train has a complex history: first as a steam railroad line, later as an elevated BRT train,jack.eichenbaum
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