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LIRR customers are advised to anticipate delays and cancellations during the morning rush hour today, Wednesday, September 16. The LIRR is continuing to operate on only one of two tracks between Westbury and Hicksville due to the New York & Atlantic Railway freight derailment west of Hicksville on Tuesday afternoon.
Because of a freight train that derailed west of Hicksville Station this afternoon, the Long Island Rail Road is advising customers to anticipate delays and cancelations during today’s P.M. rush hour.
Limited LIRR Ronkonkoma and Port Jefferson service is restored in both directions via 1 of 2 tracks thru Hicksville. Service was suspended due to a freight derailment.
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As a result of last night's derailment north of the Hoyt-Schermerhorn Sts station, there will be limited G service between Bedford-Nostrand Avs and Court Sq and extremely limited G service between Bedford-Nostrand Avs and Fulton St. Trains are running in both directions on the Queens-bound track only. Customers can use the B38 bus on DeKalb Av (southbound) and Lafayette Av (northbound) as an alternative. Free transfers will be available from Fulton St on the G Line to Lafayette Av on the C Line as well as from Broadway on the G to Lorimer St on the J/M/Z Lines. There is no G service between Fulton St and Church Av. From Church Av, customers should take the F.
Those looking to get a glimpse of the Pope when he's in town will have extra ways to get there. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced there will be an increased number of trains and buses to support the expected amount of travelers during Pope Francis' visit. The MTA will also have additional crew on hand to coincide with the papal events.
Those looking to get a glimpse of the Pope when he's in town will have extra ways to get there. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced there will be an increased number of trains and buses to support the expected amount of travelers during Pope Francis' visit. The MTA will also have additional crew on hand to coincide with the papal events.
Those looking to get a glimpse of the Pope when he's in town will have extra ways to get there. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced there will be an increased number of trains and buses to support the expected amount of travelers during Pope Francis' visit. The MTA will also have additional crew on hand to coincide with the papal events.
Those looking to get a glimpse of the Pope when he's in town will have extra ways to get there. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced there will be an increased number of trains and buses to support the expected amount of travelers during Pope Francis' visit. The MTA will also have additional crew on hand to coincide with the papal events.
With American Pharoah’s historic Triple Crown victory a recent memory, this is a great time to catch the train to Belmont Park for this fall’s horse racing season. The Long Island Rail Road is adding two round trips to Belmont Park on all racing days.
With American Pharoah’s historic Triple Crown victory a recent memory, this is a great time to catch the train or the bus to Belmont Park for this fall’s horse racing season. The Long Island Rail Road is adding two round trips to Belmont Park on all racing days, and the MTA is extending two Queens bus routes to Belmont Park. Both bus routes connect to the New York City Subway at stations in Jamaica.
Work to install new tracks and infrastructure have been completed on the express tracks of the Queens Boulevard Line and the local tracks of the Lexington Avenue Line in lower Manhattan, ending weeks of reduced rush hour service and slower train speeds in work zones that have affected the commutes of thousands of customers.
tes are seeing something new when they get on the bus: a bicycle rack attached to the front. For the first time, MTA New York City Transit has introduced dedicated equipment for bicycles on buses, which means Brooklyn customers who want to take advantage of Staten Island’s bike lanes and greenways can hop on a bus with their bicycles.
Amtrak power problems cause LIRR service suspensions between Jamaica and Penn Station
Monday is Sunday for MTA New York City Transit and the holiday weekend. Subways and buses and MTA Bus Company buses will operate on a Sunday schedule on Labor Day, Monday, September 7.
To help you get a jump start on the long Labor Day weekend, MTA railroads will provide extra service on Friday, September 4. All MTA services will operate on reduced schedules on Labor Day, Monday, September 7. Details are below.
MTA Long Island Rail Road will provide additional early-afternoon trains from Penn Station on Friday, September 4, for customers planning an early getaway for the Labor Day weekend. There will be four extra Babylon trains, three extra Port Jefferson Branch trains, and one extra train on the Ronkonkoma, Port Washington and Far Rockaway branches.
MTA Metro-North Railroad doesn’t want you to work hard to celebrate Labor Day! Metro-North has plenty of train service to get you where you need to go for the entire holiday weekend starting Friday, September 4, and continuing through Labor Day, Monday, September 7.
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