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In an effort to keep traffic moving, the 37th Street entrance to the Queens Midtown Tunnel is being reopened to cars only weekdays between 11 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Work equipment plays a vital role in maintaining safe, reliable service across the entire subway system.
On May 25th, the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel celebrates its 62nd anniversary, but did you know that if Robert Moses had his way, the tunnel wouldn't have been built at all?
For the first time, a Metro-North Railroad facility has achieved LEED Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for its 525 North Broadway office building in North White Plains.
MTA's largest energy efficiency project with New York Power Authority ever will save $3 million a year.
This weekend, we replaced sections of track on the Q Line between Avenue U and Sheepshead Bay.
Last month, we brought poems back to the subway. Now they're coming to taxis too.
MTA Long Island Rail Road has teamed up with the New York Mets and former Mets great Darryl Strawberry to provide new LIRR Mail&Ride customers with two free game tickets and a $15 gift card to Strawberry's Sports Grill, Darryl's restaurant in Douglaston, Queens.
Walk Score, a group that tells you how easy it is to get places from your home on foot, now ranks which U.S cities have the best transit. Guess who came out on top?
MTA New York City Transit wrapped up yet another successful FASTRACK line segment closure completing an ambitious schedule of work on the Eighth Avenue Line.
An historic agreement was reached this week among the City, the MTA, and academic institutions to transform NYC Transit's former headquarters into the NYU Center for Urban Science and Progress.
The MTA Long Island Rail Road's 'Belmont Special' is off and running to beautiful Belmont Park for the spring racing season starting Friday, April 27.
The LIRR has recorded its best first quarter On-Time Performance (OTP) ever -; with 96.17 percent of all trains system-wide running on schedule during the first three months of 2012.
Just in time for Earth Day 2012, Bridges and Tunnels crews finished replacing 142 old mercury vapor lights with new high-efficiency LED lights at the Throgs Neck Bridge.
With the start of National Work Zone Awareness Week, MTA Bridges and Tunnels is urging drivers to pay attention to work zone laws and drive with care when traveling through these areas.
This weekend, we renewed tracks and switches on the <img src="/siteimages/subwaybullets/2.png" alt="2 Line Subway Icon"> <img src="/siteimages/subwaybullets/3.png" alt="3 Line Subway Icon">, the Sea Beach Line and the Staten Island Railway.
FASTRACK returns to the <img src="/siteimages/subwaybullets/a.png" alt="A Line Subway Icon"><img src="/siteimages/subwaybullets/c.png" alt="C Line Subway Icon"><img src="/siteimages/subwaybullets/e.png" alt="E Line Subway Icon"> this week. It remains clear that FASTRACK is a safer and more efficient way to maintain a 24/7 system.
Every trip you make on an MTA train, subway or bus prevents an average of more than 10 pounds of carbon from entering the atmosphere,according to a new report.
It's official. No matter what bridge or tunnel you use, you can now pick up an E-ZPass On-the-Go tag in any cash lane at all nine MTA crossings.
The LIRR is expanding <a href="http://mta.info/lirr/TrainTime">Train Time</a> -; a digital service that provides real-time train arrival status to customers -; to its West Hempstead Branch beginning Monday, April 16.

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