East Broadway Station

Countdown Clocks Now Active at East Broadway Subway Station

Posted December 7, 2017 at 5:11 am

No more standing around for fifteen minutes wondering when the next F train will arrive at the East Broadway station. Now, you’ll still stand around, but at least you’ll know. That’s right, those newfangled countdown clocks above the subway platform are operational. Took long enough, though. The city first installed the technology in this subway […]

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Subway Countdown Clocks Arrive at East Broadway Station (But Aren’t on Yet)

Posted September 7, 2017 at 5:05 am

It’s almost here… Countdown clocks just arrived at the East Broadway subway station. The highly anticipated new equipment was installed above the platform within the last couple weeks, but not yet activated. This move, while expected, will certainly be a welcomed relief to beleaguered F train riders. MTA Chairman Joe Lhota previously commited to the […]

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Elected Officials Urge MTA to Fix up East Broadway Subway Station

Posted August 7, 2017 at 5:11 am

At the East Broadway subway station, F really stands for Fucking Disaster. But will it change? Councilwoman Margaret Chin joined fellow city politicians last week to highlight the “pressing need for improvements in the heavily used station.” The walkthrough stunt was part of the overall “Transit Tour,” during which straphangers can provide suggestions to elected […]

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Death at East Broadway Station Last Week was 13-Year-Old Boy Who Allegedly Jumped in Front of Train [VIDEO]

Posted July 17, 2017 at 5:05 am

Last Wednesday (July 11), reports surfaced of a 20-year-old man who “fell” on the subway tracks at the East Broadway Station and died after being stuck by a train. However, big media apparently had the story wrong. In fact, it seems this alleged “man” was actually a 13-year-old Chinese-American boy named Lin J. Longhui, who […]

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Man Killed by F Train at East Broadway Station Yesterday Afternoon

Posted July 12, 2017 at 5:11 am

A man in his 20s was killed by a southbound F train at East Broadway station, according to several published reports. The man is thought to have “fallen” onto the tracks before the subway train hit and killed him shortly after 3pm. Emergency personnel pronounced the straphanger dead on arrival, FDNY officials said. This is the second […]

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‘Swipe Swindlers’ Continue to Plague Commuters at East Broadway Station

Posted April 19, 2017 at 5:00 am

The so-called swipe swindlers continue to plague the East Broadway subway station. It’s a racket that’s been ongoing for years, and probably isn’t exclusive to the Lower East Side. It goes like this… You walk downstairs to the Metrocard machine to purchase a fare, but are greeted with an “out of order” message. A group […]

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Report: 28-Year-Old Man Found Dead in East Broadway Subway Station

Posted March 29, 2017 at 5:17 am

Sunday morning, a 28-year-old man was found dead inside the East Broadway subway station. Police, responding to the 911 call, arrived at 8:26am and found the deceased unconscious, and sitting on the ground. The man was pronounced dead at the scene, but cause of death was not yet determined, police said. The 7th Precinct continues […]

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Gracias Mama will Probably Open on East Broadway by December

Last modified January 31, 2017 at 9:19 pm

If you’re keeping tabs at 162 East Broadway, then you’ve likely witnessed the fast-tracked build-out happening. Gracias Mama is well on its way after just over a month of construction, community opposition notwithstanding. The interior now sports some serious definition, including kitchen and bar. Its presence on the corner of Rutgers Street was pretty much […]

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2nd Avenue F Station is One of the Top 5 Worst in the Entire Subway System

Posted October 12, 2015 at 5:19 am

The Lower East Side has some shitty subway stations. Yep, Captain Obvious over here. Now officially confirmed. Last Friday, State Senator Squadron, Riders Alliance, Straphangers Campaign, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, and various community leaders published the results of their “Subway Stations Study.” It’s not so pretty. The consortium surveyed exteriors and interiors systemwide for seven specific […]

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MTA Installs ‘Help Point’ Hardware in East Broadway Station; Activation Months Away

Posted April 3, 2015 at 5:09 am

Help Point is here. It’s a surprising sight inside the East Broadway subway station, forever the foresaken child in the MTA family. Infrastructural upgrades here are paltry, at best. However, with the help of grassroots pressure (i.e. SPaCE) and local politicians, improvements are beginning to trickle down. As previously reported, two particular station updates at East […]

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