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Tennis, anyone? The LIRR is providing frequent service to the U.S. Open Tennis with trains stopping at Mets-Willets Point Station, which is just a short walk to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
While the MTA continues its rigorous investigation, here are some preliminary findings:
A group of employees from the Verrazano-Narrows are credited with saving the life of a man who passed out in his car in the facility parking lot after suffering an apparent heart episode.
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MTA New York City Transit announces the renewal of five stations on the Myrtle Avenue <img src="/siteimages/subwaybullets/m.png" alt="M Subway Line Symbol" border="0"> line set to begin with Knickerbocker Avenue.
The building is in tip-top shape after renovation and available for rent under a competitive bidding process.
Go Green to the Black at Bethpage State Park August 21-26 on the LIRR.
In preparation for the possibility of heavy rains and high winds this weekend, the MTA is making the following preparations:
Work in Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx included pouring new concrete and repairing tracks as well as structural work repairing station columns.
If you have yet to visit historic Governors Island……well, you should.
For the first time, LIRR customers are able to buy their train tickets online and print them out or display it on a smart phone under a new pilot program with CooCoo.
MTA New York City Transit's Paratransit Division has extended its pilot program for Access-A-Ride (AAR) customers to use a pre-paid Chase Visa Card to pay for yellow taxi service on regularly scheduled, pre-planned trips.
Work continues on the Second Avenue Subway as we inch closer to the December 2016 completion date. Watch how we're blasting our way through Manhattan schist to create the future 72nd Street station. <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovdbSemvRLw">Click here to watch the video.</a>
Famed photographer O. Winston Link may be better known for his 1950's black and white photographs of steam powered railroad cars but he also played an important role at Bridges and Tunnels, chronicling its bridges throughout the 1960s.
This week, the MTA marked the completion of work to rehabilitate seven stations along the West End <img src="/siteimages/subwaybullets/d.png" alt="D Subway Line Symbol" border="0"> Line in Brooklyn with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Bay Parkway Station.
Metro-North Railroad has initiated an emergency repair project to rebuild and reinforce the Grand Central Terminal viaduct, which was damaged by a wayward truck on Tuesday.
Nothing against Yankees centerfielder Curtis Granderson, but on Monday, July 16th, it was New York City Transit Bus Operator Stephen St. Bernard who made the catch of a lifetime.

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