Fulton Street

Fulton Street is a common name.

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Fulton Street Transit Center - Construction Progress and Project Components - Fulton Building
... The main building for the Fulton Center project, called the Fulton Building by the MTA in its Requests for Proposals in August 2012, has been conceived as a three-storey building ... costs and a steepening MTA budget deficit, the MTA had originally planned to scrap the entire Fulton Building and replace it with either "a park or plaza." Critics have deemed it ... provide an entrance to the subway lines beneath the street ...
Alexandria, Louisiana - Transportation - Bridges
... It replaced the Fulton Street Bridge and has six lanes of traffic ... the Gillis Long Bridge, the Red River Bridge or the Jackson Street Bridge) connecting downtown Pineville with the business district in Alexandria ... It was built in 1985 to replace the Murray Street Bridge ...
Stuyvesant Heights, Brooklyn - Neighborhood Boundaries
... neighborhood, at the corner of Tompkins Avenue and Flushing Avenue, proceed south on Tompkins to Fulton Street, the main commercial street in Bedford-Stuyvesant Turn ... southeastern part of the enclosed area, north of East New York Avenue and south of Fulton Street ... X Boulevard, formerly called Reid Avenue, Stuyvesant Avenue, another north-south street, one block west of Malcolm X, and Fulton Street ...
Fulton Street Transit Center - Construction Progress and Project Components - Entrances
... As part of the reorganization of the Fulton Street (New York City Subway) station complex, and to mitigate passenger flow congestion during the construction phases of ... Like the John Street entrance, it serves chiefly the northbound platform of the 4/5 station ... construction began on creating an analogous entrance on Cortlandt Street, just across the street from Broadway, for the southbound platform ...

Famous quotes containing the words street and/or fulton:

    Think of admitting the details of a single case of the criminal court into our thoughts, to stalk profanely through their very sanctum sanctorum for an hour, ay, for many hours! to make a very barroom of the mind’s inmost apartment, as if for so long the dust of the street had occupied us,—the very street itself, with all its travel, its bustle, and filth, had passed through our thoughts’ shrine! Would it not be an intellectual and moral suicide?
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    New York has her wilderness within her own borders; and though the sailors of Europe are familiar with the soundings of her Hudson, and Fulton long since invented the steamboat on its waters, an Indian is still necessary to guide her scientific men to its headwaters in the Adirondack country.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)