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This FASTRACK overnight closure from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., on four consecutive weeknights beginning Monday, September 16 and ending early morning Friday, September 20, will be the first on Central Park West.
If you’re heading to MetLife Stadium to see the New York Jets or New York Giants, why tackle the traffic? Leave the tackling to the players and take advantage of the Long Island Rail Road “Train to the Game” offering a one-ticket train ride to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
With its distinctive red, white and blue paint job, it is a source of pride to the depot’s employees who remember the once heavily damaged hulk as it sat on the street 12 years ago near Ground Zero.
Take Metro-North’s Harlem Line to Wassaic and there board the Dutchess County Farm Fresh Link shuttle for excursions to the charming Village of Millerton, McEnroe Organic Farm, Madava Farms and Dutch’s Spirits, all located in the scenic Hudson Valley.
Jets and Giants fans: This 2013 football season Metro‑North continues to make getting to the New Jersey Meadowlands Sports Complex easy.
The third annual Special Day for Special Kids will take place on Sunday, September 15th at the New York Transit Museum, with free admission and exciting programs for children with special needs/disabilities and their families, from 10 am to 2 pm. This popular event is all about embracing special needs families in a cultural environment where they feel welcome and wanted.
For the first time, Long Islanders can quickly reach LaGuardia Airport without a car thanks to MTA Bus service offering a 12 minute ride to the airport from the LIRR’s Woodside Station.
Repairing Subway Cars Before They Break Down is the MTA’s Secret to Good Service
MTA customers now have new options for travel in Brooklyn and Queens, including a faster way to get to LaGuardia Airport.
FASTRACK Returns to the 4/5/6 September 9
MTA Bridges and Tunnels kicks off its annual September safety campaign with posters and electronic signs at its seven bridges and two tunnels reminding motorists that schools open in New York City next week and to drive with caution.
Take the Hudson Line to Poughkeepsie Station to connect with a free shuttle bus to the Dutchess County Fairgrounds for the Wine and Food Fest!
Take the Hudson Line to Poughkeepsie Station to connect with a free shuttle bus to the Dutchess County Fairgrounds for the Wine and Food Fest!
MTA Metro-North Railroad is opening a third ticket vending machine center in Grand Central Terminal, adding nine machines to increase customer convenience, especially on the busiest days.
MTA Long Island Rail Road’s ticket vending machines are getting smarter. For the first time, the LIRR in introducing TVMs that can read your smart card and complete your ticket transaction without requiring you to swipe or insert your bank card into the machine.
Over the past week, the FASTRACK program has been in force along the Line between 168th and 207th Streets. Once again, a laundry list of maintenance and repair tasks was completed efficiently and safely.
It was 45 years ago this September that the piers for the “new” Cross Bay Bridge appeared in Jamaica Bay. The photos shown here are from the MTA Bridges and Tunnels’ Special Archive collection, and illustrate different views of the bridge under construction.
Station Superintendent Thomas H. Merrick began his Transit career as a Railroad Clerk on June 23, 1948.
MTA railroads will provide extra service on Friday, August 30, to help customers get a head start on the long holiday weekend. All MTA services will operate on reduced schedules on Labor Day.
Album cover art is one of the most iconic visual representations of twentieth century pop culture, and musicians time and again have chosen the subway to craft their image. Album Tracks: Subway Record Covers, an exhibition at the New York Transit Museum showcasing album artwork featuring the New York City subway and elevated system.