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MetroCards displaying a front-facing advertisement went on sale for the first time in early October.
Customers in Lower Manhattan will enjoy a new amenity as the MTA opens the Dey Street entrance on the 45 lines on Monday, October 8 at 6:00 a.m.
LIRR officially opens its new $25.5 million, state-of-the-art train wash facility located in the Village of Babylon.
Pilot Program Extending Hours at 41 Stations Resulted from Collaborative Effort between the Railroad and LIRR Commuters Council
The MTA's TripPlanner+ now gives you real-time information about any service disruptions that could affect the subways, buses or railroad trains you'd need to use on your trip.
With the new October 14, 2012 timetable, train service on weekends and off-peak periods will get a big boost with the addition of 79 trains each week.
The $212 million Capital project to reconstruct the Bronx approach roadway at the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge, providing drivers with wider 12-foot lanes and new safety shoulders, is now complete with work finishing two months ahead of schedule.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has unveiled proposals that would increase fares and tolls to raise additional, vitally needed revenue to support the New York region's transportation system.
Photos from the Bridges and Tunnels Special Archive collection taken as the Verrazano-Narrows was being built are part of a new exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York entitled "From Farm to City: Staten Island 1661-2012."
With a goal of further improving speeds and efficiency along Select Bus Service (SBS) corridors, the MTA is launching a Traffic Signal Priority (TSP) system pilot on the M15 SBS route. MTA New York City Transit is seeking Board approval for this contract.
With a goal of further improving speeds and efficiency along Select Bus Service (SBS) corridors, the MTA is launching a Traffic Signal Priority (TSP) system pilot on the M15 SBS route. MTA New York City Transit is seeking Board approval for this contract.
The new transfer between the Bleecker Street <img src="/siteimages/subwaybullets/6.png" alt="6 Subway Line Symbol" border="0"> Station uptown platform and the Broadway-Lafayette Street <img src="/siteimages/subwaybullets/b.png" alt="B Subway Line Symbol" border="0"><img src="/siteimages/subwaybullets/d.png" alt="D Subway Line Symbol" border="0"><img src="/siteimages/subwaybullets/f.png" alt="F Subway Line Symbol" border="0"><img src="/siteimages/subwaybullets/m.png" alt="M Subway Line Symbol" border="0"> Station is now open.
Customer satisfaction at MTA Bridges and Tunnels' seven bridges and two tunnels rose five percentage points to 85 percent in 2012 thanks to increases in safety and security, road signs and road conditions.
Eighty-six percent of Long Island Rail Road customers say they're satisfied or very satisfied with the commuter line's overall performance in 2012, an 8 percentage point improvement over last year when major storms and service reductions impacted customer satisfaction.
Satisfaction Rebounds in 2012; Ties Highest Rating Ever

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