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The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has released its November Financial Plan and Final Proposed Budget for 2012.
Catch the exciting New York holiday spirit
The world-famous Radio City Rockettes® will help usher in the holiday magic Wednesday, November 16, from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Penn Station's 34th Street Corridor.
It's called the Line Segment Closure Program and will shorten the amount of time riders will have to navigate around construction projects. It's a new pragmatic approach to maintenance while still operating a 24/7 system.
Joseph J. Lhota joined the MTA on Nov. 14 as Executive Director, assuming the responsibilities for the day-to-day operations of the organization.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has introduced the first phase of Select Bus Service (SBS) along the 34th Street crosstown bus routes.
An all-star lineup of local celebrities is pitching in to help the LIRR and Metro-North get the word out about the new state smoking ban on outdoor station platforms.
Swipe your MetroCard and head to this year's parade to celebrate and honor our nation's veterans.
The safest big-city bus operators in the United States, as determined in a 2009 federal study, perform their duties behind the steering wheels of MTA buses. How did they become the best?
This weekend, workers replaced sections of track on the 7 Line near 33 St-Rawson St and at Court House Sq, south of Wall St on the 2/3 Line, and on the A/C/E Line south of Canal St.
The MTA would like to congratulate all participants in this year's ING NYC Marathon. After running 26.2 miles, we know how you feel. It's been a long couple of days prepping and cleaning up after the race.
There's no better way to catch the action!
It's marathon weekend and MTA Bridges & Tunnels is hard at work preparing to welcome 47,000 runners.
Nothing embodies New York City more than an authentic subway car
Motorists who use the Harlem River Drive can see the progress being made as a brand new ramp from the southbound Harlem River Drive, leading onto the RFK Bridge, is beginning to take shape.
A $43.5 million Capital Improvement project to replace 1950s-era electrical switches and feeder cables at the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel is set to begin in November.
Digital video probably isn't the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the subway system, but a new ad at Columbus Circle may just be helping to change that.
Few stations in our subway system have histories as long and rich as East 180th Street on the No. 2 and 5 lines in the Bronx.

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