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NY1 Rail and Road

NY1 Rail and Road
Launched August 18, 2010 (August 18, 2010)
Network Time Warner Cable News
Owned by Time Warner Cable
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Country United States
Language English
Broadcast area NY metro area
Headquarters New York, NY
Sister channel(s) NY1, NY1 Noticias
Availability
Cable
Time Warner Cable 104(NYC)
91(New Jersey and Hudson Valley)

NY1 Rail and Road is a 24-hour cable news television channel focusing exclusively on the vehicular traffic and mass transit conditions within the five boroughs of New York City. The channel is a spin-off from its parent station NY1 that is available to New York City Time Warner Cable subscribers on channel 104, and on channel 91 in New Jersey and Hudson Valley. NY1 Rail and Road updates every five minutes and has feeds for four different zones (Manhattan and Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, and the Hudson Valley.)[1] The station airs a constant floating digital aerial map of New York City with a short anchor segment every half-hour, along with periodic cut aways indicating mass transit service changes. The digital map highlights major streets which are color-coded according to the speed of traffic, red indicates less than 25 miles per hour, yellow indicates 25-50 MPH, green indicates little to no traffic.

References

  1. ^ NY1 Station History NY1

External links

  • http://www.ny1.com/


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