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On a scale of one to ten, a bride-to-be's loss of an engagement ring has to be right up there at the top. Losing it in the subway?
The ceremonial cutting of a bright blue ribbon marked completion of the five-month construction project at the M Line's Knickerbocker Avenue Station.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has awarded a contract for the station finishes, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, ancillary buildings and entrances for the future Second Avenue Subway 72<sup>nd</sup> Street Station.
The MTA has enhanced is website to make it easier for customers to get in touch with us and let us know about issues and concerns.
An Easier Way to Contact Us
New York City Transit's Lost Property Unit
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.

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