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Post-Sandy, Queens Gets Back Into Multi-Modal Action

NYC has suffered greatly post-Sandy. While we still have a long way to go in the recovery, people are starting to go back to work and venture out of their homes.

Thursday marked the first day of modest subway restoration. It also saw the return of limited ferries, as well as a full MTA bus schedule and Mayor Bloomberg's emergency order declaring all vehicles crossing the East River Bridges must have at least three occupants.

In an encouraging sign, the number of people walking and biking has been huge. Streetfilms was up early in Queens near the Queensboro Bridge to see how people were using all the transportation options out there. Here's the montage we got.

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