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Motorists who use the Harlem River Drive can see the progress being made as a brand new ramp from the southbound Harlem River Drive, leading onto the RFK Bridge, is beginning to take shape.
A $43.5 million Capital Improvement project to replace 1950s-era electrical switches and feeder cables at the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel is set to begin in November.
Digital video probably isn't the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the subway system, but a new ad at Columbus Circle may just be helping to change that.
Few stations in our subway system have histories as long and rich as East 180th Street on the No. 2 and 5 lines in the Bronx.
With a winter storm moving through the region, the MTA urges all of our customers to take extra care when travelling. The MTA has taken preparations to ensure safe travel across the region, with extra personnel and equipment at the ready, but due to heavy wet snow and high winds in parts of our service territory customers should anticipate possible delays, disruptions and cancellations.
Customers Urged to Use Caution, Check MTA.INFO or call 511 Before Traveling
Wondering how many minutes until your next scheduled LIRR or Metro-North train? iTransitBuddy, our App of the Week, has the answer in a convenient format for Android and iOS devices.
Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to our subway, happy birthday to you...
We've opened a boutique in The Cellar of Macy's Herald Square featuring a unique collection of MTA-themed products developed especially for Macy's.
The 9th Avenue El opened its doors on April 20th, 1871 as the first-ever elevated railway in New York City.
Flood repairs are ahead of schedule and below the earlier cost estimate due to an extraordinary, ongoing rebuilding effort on the line.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo will nominate Joseph J. Lhota to serve as MTA Chairman and CEO. Lhota will need to be confirmed to the post by the New York State Senate.
1969 was a big year. Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the moon and the MTA ran its last antique wooden train on the now-defunct Myrtle Avenue El Line.
If you've been carrying around an old, forgotten MetroCard that has less than a ride's worth of money on it, our App of the Week, MetroCalc, can help you put that MetroCard back to use.
The Triennial Brunel Award for Overall Excellence in Railroad Design
This weekend, workers rehabilitated tracks near Canal St on the A/C/E and near Borough Hall on the 2/3, replaced track panels on the J/M/Z near Flushing Av., and continued rehabilitating the E. 180 St 2/5 Station.
Customers on the Pelham line in Bronx now have two more things to smile about....newly rehabbed stations.
As the fall and winter holiday season gets underway there is good news for motorists who use the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge.
With a crisp nip to the air and a fresh pace on the streets, autumn is a special time in New York City.
This weekend, workers restored electrical components on the 7, rehabilitated track on the A/C/E, replaced sections of track on the 1 and continued rehabilitating Dyckman St, Elder Av and E 180 St.

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