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There's no rush in the rush hour: Commuters stay home; trains, station lots are empty
EXCERPTED....Krissy Gilligan oversees parking at the vast Croton-Harmon lot, which typically holds more than 2,000 cars, every spot taken. 2,000 is down to 100 or less. © Tania Savayan/The Journal News A nearly empty commuter lot at the Croton Harmon station May 4, 2020. Gone, too, is a steady stream of revenue.
"Since just between April and where we're at in May we've lost about $200,000 in revenue," Gilligan said.
A project to expand the Croton-Harmon lot by 150 spaces is on hold. It was due to be completed by May 31, but its completion has been postponed indefinitely. MORE AT https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/theres-no-rush-in-the-rush-hour-commuters-stay-home-trains-station-lots-are-empty/ar-BB14HnP2