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Roadway work on the four-year, nearly $200 million project to reconstruct the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge's Bronx approach is entering the final phase of construction, which will result in wider 12-foot lanes and new safety shoulders for drivers.
MTA New York City Transit reminds customers that, effective Sunday, April 8; MTA Bus Time<sup style="font-size:70%;">&#174;</sup> will be phased into the M34/M34A Select Bus Service crosstown bus route.
Bridges and Tunnels Officer Edward Grimm is being hailed a hero for his quick-thinking actions in saving the life of a man who recently attempted to jump from the lower level of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge.
Novel forms of advertising continue to pop up in the subway as part of the MTA's efforts to increase revenue from advertising.
On April 29, the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge turns 73 years old.
This weekend, we rehabilitated the Dyckman Street, 225 Street, and Van Cortlandt Park-242 Street stations on the 1 Line.
No. 7 trains have resumed making station stops at the Court Square station in Long Island City.
The Yankees return to the Bronx on Friday, April 13, for the 2012 home opener against the Los Angeles Angels. And Metro-North Railroad is back for its fourth year of train service to Yankee Stadium!
"CALMmute," comes to all rush hour trains on Monday, April 2. In time for the spring timetable change.
The New York Mets have returned to Citi Field for their 50th anniversary season with a lineup led by David Wright, Ike Davis and Lucas Duda.
Another creative way the MTA is maximizing the revenue it receives from its real estate assets.
MTA chooses Bombardier for $600 million order for 300 subway cars resulting in more than 500 jobs
The LIRR is expanding its Quiet Car pilot program to include all peak hour trains on the Far Rockaway Branch and select rush hour trains on the Hempstead, Long Beach and West Hempstead branches beginning Monday, April 2.
Back by popular demand, poems are returning to the subway after a four-year hiatus. We have joined with the Poetry Society of America to restore Poetry in Motion, the popular program that brought thought-provoking poems and poetry excerpts to the subway between 1992 and 2008.
In continuing to enhance both customer and employee security, the MTA is purchasing and installing Bus Camera Security Systems (BCSS) for an additional 1,150 buses.
MTA New York City Transit announced today that, effective April 8, 2012; MTA Bus Time<sup style="font-size:70%;">&#174;</sup> will be phased into the M34/M34A Select Bus Service crosstown bus route.
As part of the project to build a free transfer between the uptown 6 train and the B, D, F and M Lines, the Bleecker Street platform on the 6 Line has moved south 300 feet!
This weekend on the 7 Line, we built tracks connecting Times Square to the line's extension, installed panels of track between Court Square and Queensboro Plaza, and rehabilitated the Vernon-Jackson Station.
The ease and convenience of buying an E-ZPass 'On The Go' tag in cash lanes at MTA crossings is proving to be extremely popular with customers.
Bus service will be provided in place of midday trains between Huntington and Port Jefferson following the morning rush on Wednesday, March 28 and Thursday, March 29 while rail inspections are performed.

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