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Amazon’s reported plan to bring HQ2 to New York City is raising questions about the city’s subway system.
Seattle has struggled to adjust to Amazon’s super-sized presence in the city when it comes to commutes, with drivers spending an average of 55 hours in traffic in 2016.
Many New Yorkers expressed fears that Amazon’s HQ2 move would create more problems, though others expressed hope that Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos might help fix the MTA.
For many New Yorkers, Amazon‘s reported plan to move HQ2 to Long Island City left them with one question: what does this mean for my commute?
After months of deliberations and dramatics — without many official communications from Amazon — the company is finalizing plans to split its second headquarters between two locations: Long Island City, in Queens, New York, and Crystal City, in Arlington, Virginia, The New York Times reported on Monday evening.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
New York City is reportedly nearing a deal to host Amazon’s 2nd headquarters. Here’s what New York promised the company — from millions of dollars in subsidies to Gov. Cuomo changing his name — to win it over.Amazon reportedly plans to set up 2 different locations for its HQ2 — in New York and VirginiaAmazon is launching a new delivery program and hiring thousands of drivers, with a warning against ‘peeing in bottles’
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