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Harlem Line service is temporarily suspended between North White Plains and Pleasantville due to a train striking a motor vehicle in the vicinity of Valhalla.
We're helping the National Basketball Association celebrate the All-Star Game’s return to New York with a new branded MetroCard touting the city’s two home basketball teams, the New York Knicks and the Brooklyn Nets. The city last hosted the NBA All-Star Game in 1998.
When a visitor from Kentucky suffered from cardiac arrest in Grand Central and lost his pulse on Friday, January 23, 2015, some quick-thinking members of the MTA Police Department, the Metro-North Fire Brigade and a commuter trained in CPR rushed into action and saved his life.
The MTA network will operate a regular weekday schedule for Monday, February 2nd, 2015. MTA Long Island Railroad, MTA Metro-North Railroad, MTA NYC Transit Bus, MTA NYC Subway -- including Staten Island Railway (SIR) -- MTA Bus and Access-a-Ride will provide the normal complement of rush hour service. All nine MTA Bridge & Tunnel facilities will be open to traffic. Due to the forecast for inclement weather, there may be delays in service.
Beginning at 5:00 a.m., Monday, February 2, A Line customers will once again have access to the Manhattan-bound sides of the 104 St and 88 St stations along the Liberty Avenue Line in Queens. The five-month station renewal project is part of a major $39 million capital project that will see the complete renewal of five stations along the Liberty Avenue A Line.
The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for January 30 - February 2
Customers and community residents can learn all they want to know about the LIRR’s proposal for enlarging its train yard in Ronkonkoma. On Thursday, the Long Island Rail Road opened the Mid-Suffolk Train Yard Information Center at Ronkonkoma Station.
On Wednesday, January 28, the Long Island Rail Road expects to run normal weekday service on the Babylon, Far Rockaway, Hempstead, Long Beach, Oyster Bay, Port Washington, Huntington/Port Jefferson, Ronkonkoma and West Hempstead Branches. In addition, normal weekday service will be provided between Speonk and Babylon. There will be no morning rush hour service between Montauk and Speonk, or between Greenport and Ronkonkoma, where the snowdrifts are highest. LIRR personnel will continue their snow fighting efforts to restore service there as quickly as possible.
Following Storm Juno Metro-North Railroad will operate on a regular weekday schedule on Wednesday, January 28.
<p>Following Storm Juno, New York City Subways and Buses will operate on a regular weekday schedule on Wednesday, January 28. Some subway lines may resume express service later than usual on Wednesday morning, and customers should look to Service Status for specifics. New York City Buses will operate with snow chains on select routes and we will closely monitor road conditions to assess whether continued use of snow tire equipment is necessary.
Following Storm Juno, most MTA services, including the New York City Subway and Metro-North Railroad, will operate on a regular weekday schedule on Wednesday, January 28. Some subway lines may resume express service later than usual on Wednesday morning, and customers should look to Service Status for specifics. New York City Buses will operate with snow chains on select routes and we will closely monitor road conditions to assess whether continued use of snow tire equipment is necessary. The Long Island Rail Road will provide regular weekday service on most branches. There will be no morning rush hour service between Montauk and Speonk or Greenport and Ronkonkoma due to continued snow removal operations.
With a wintry blast that may dump as much as 7 inches of snow in parts of the metropolitan region, the MTA is hard at work to ensure safe, reliable service this weekend. MTA New York City Transit, Metro-North Railroad, Long Island Rail Road, and MTA Bridges and Tunnels are once again preparing. Personnel will be ready to drop salt and clear platforms and stairs of snow but customers are urged to use extreme caution while navigating the system.
In the region served by Metro-North, where the storm is predicted to be more severe than elsewhere in the MTA region, a primary concern is the safety of station platforms. All stations will be pretreated with salt. Metro-North will continue to clear snow and ice throughout the weekend.
MTA Bridges and Tunnels is ready to battle winter weather with 97 conveyors, pay loaders, front loaders and pick-up trucks with plows to battle the snow, along with nearly 9,000 tons of anti-corrosive deicer.
With a wintry blast that may dump as much as 7 inches of snow in parts of the metropolitan region, the MTA is hard at work to ensure safe, reliable service this weekend. MTA New York City Transit, Metro-North Railroad, Long Island Rail Road, and MTA Bridges and Tunnels are once again preparing. Personnel will be ready to drop salt and clear platforms and stairs of snow but customers are urged to use extreme caution while navigating the system.
Prepping for the next winter storm
Have you ever found yourself riding the subway and been drawn in by the artwork that appears in front of your eyes? So have a professional panel of judges.
The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for January 23 - January 26
Fares and tolls will go up by 4% over the next two years with the increases set to take effect March 22. The MTA Board approved the change on Thursday, fulfilling a promise to keep the increases as low as possible.
Metro-North is starting 2015 with even more rebuilding efforts and continued attention to major safety initiativThe aggressive track improvements that defined 2014 are moving along, and the railroad also expects continued progress as the last of the 405 M-8 cars are placed into service on the New Haven Line this spring.

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