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Knickerbocker Avenue M Station Rehabilitation Complete
With the nor'easter bearing down on the metropolitan area, the MTA is working even harder to ensure riders get to where they need to go.
With the possibility of a nor'easter bearing down on the metropolitan area, the MTA is working even harder to ensure riders get to where they need to go.
MTA customers who don't like pre-paying for tolls, maintaining a minimum balance or supplying a credit card can now choose a new payment plan called E-ZPass<sup>&reg;</sup> Pay Per Trip where tolls are deducted from your bank account once the trip is taken using the Automated Clearing House (ACH) system.
The Grand Central Terminal Centennial celebration continues throughout 2013, with a wide variety of events and activities that underscore the Terminal's impact on New York, as well as the history and enduring appeal of rail travel.
Online voting opened today to select one male and one female narrator for an interactive exhibit that will debut at the Second Avenue Subway (SAS) Community Information Center scheduled to open this spring.
Ridership on Metro-North's New Haven Line set a new record in 2012 with 38.8 million rides, up 1.3% in 2012 and breaking the previous record, set the prior year when the line carried 38.3 million people.

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