Morning Update for Saturday, April 1, 2017
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Word of the Day
Wordnik Word of the Day: titubate - This word comes from the Latin ‘titubare,’ to stagger, totter. The name 'Tituba,' most famously associated with a 17th-century slave who was one of the first accused during the Salem witch trials, either comes from a Yoruba word meaning ‘endless,’ or the Spanish ‘titubear,’ to stammer.
See the full entry for this word at http://wordnik.com/word-of-the-day/2017/3/31
🚇 Subway Status 🚇
Trains are running mostly on time this morning.
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🚦 Bridges and Tunnels 🚦
A few delays on bridges and tunnels this morning.
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🚂 LIRR 🚂
Trains on the LIRR are running smoothly this morning.
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NYC Bridge of the Day
Bayonne Bridge Opened: November 15, 1931 Length: 5,780ft