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This weekend, we replaced track panels on the 7 Line and rehabilitated track at High Street.
A new construction work zone will be in place beginning Tuesday, March 13th.
Hundreds of tasks completed in days rather than months improving both efficiency and worker safety.
From March 19-30, MTA Metro-North Railroad, winner of the Brunel Jury Prize for design excellence, hosts an exhibit in Grand Central Terminal's Vanderbilt Hall of contest entries from railways around the world
Gabrielle Rodriguez, Manager of Long Island Rail Road's Travel Information Center is winner of the national Call Center Challenge competition sponsored by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA)
Are you looking to jazz up your winter weekends? Then MTA Long Island Rail Road is your ticket for a ride out to Long Island Wine Country where you can uncork the best at a popular vineyard as well as the very best in jazz music.
The LIRR and Metro-North are offering discount rail and admission packages with savings of up to 30% to the Original Gay Lesbian Bi-Sexual Transgender Expo Expo to be held on Saturday, March 17 and Sunday, March 18 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in Manhattan.
This weekend, we rehabilitated the 7 Line's tunnel under the East River, and 7 Line stations at Court Square and Hunters Point Av.
The pilot program to sell E-ZPass "On The Go" tags in cash lanes is such a hit that it was expanded to the Bronx-Whitestone and Throgs Neck Bridges.
Our familiar wooden subway benches have been an iconic part of the subway experience for more than 30 years.
In 2011, customers swiped their MetroCards 1.64 billion times, the highest annual subway ridership since 1950.
This weekend, we repaired tracks near Montrose Av on the L line.
The LIRR and Metro-North are offering discount rail and admission packages with savings of up to 30% to The New York Times Travel Show (March 3-4) and the Original GLBT Expo (March 17-18) at the Jacob Javits Convention Center.
This week marks the completion of the third line segment closure to perform inspection and maintenance critical to providing reliable subway service.
If you like to use cash to pay for MTA toll crossings but want the savings and convenience of E-ZPass, the new MTA Reload Card is the answer.
MTA New York City Transit has reopened the 4th Avenue-9th Street station house on the F/G line at the east side of 4th Avenue between 9th and 10th Streets.
Multiple daily bridge lifts at the Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge will continue through mid-April as a result of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers marsh islands restoration project in Jamaica Bay.
New York City Transit wrapped up its second FASTRACK line segment closure successfully completing an ambitious schedule of work on the Seventh Avenue.
On Feb. 15, MTA, local and state officials celebrated the completion of a major project to improve and renovate the Cortlandt Station.
FASTRACK moved to the 1, 2 and 3 Lines this week and with the first night completed, it remains clear that FASTRACK is a safer and more efficient way to maintain a 24/7 system.

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