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Take Metro-North to the 36th Annual Norwalk Seaport Association Oyster Festival for three days of fun, September 6, 7 & 8, 2013.
We're putting repairs on the FASTRACK on the in A Washington Heights/Inwood, Weeknights, 10 PM to 5 AM • Mon to Fri • Aug 26 - 30.
Fourteen months of Sandy-related repairs in the Montague Tubes bring with it, the latest version of MTA New York City Transit's night map.
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The next segment of a $40 million facelift of the Massapequa Station got underway Wednesday, August 21, 2013, as the LIRR continues the work it began in the spring on a two-year rehabilitation project of the station.
The Long Island Rail Road and New York City Transit are serving up aces with frequent service to the 132nd U.S. Open Tennis tournament at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadow-Corona Park beginning with the start of qualifying rounds today, Tuesday, August 20 right through to the tournament finals on September 9.
7 Line Extension 90 Percent Complete
The gleaming, contemporary West Haven Station, situated between New Haven and Milford stations on the New Haven Line, is opening for business on Sunday, August 18th.
Summer’s Winding Down: Time to Hit the Beach!
Central Av. M Station Reopens Following Rehab
A comprehensive track reconstruction project underway in the Bronx is being expanded and extended and, to continue to support this work, a systemwide schedule change will take effect August 19.
Greenpoint Tunnel Work Moves Ahead
FASTRACK Returns to Queens on the E/M/R
The LIRR is experiencing 10-15 minute delays systemwide due to congestion caused by the partial suspension of service on the Ronkonkoma Branch caused by a train striking an unauthorized person on the tracks.
MTA Music Under New York Artists to Perform at Free Summer Concert Series
Take the 7 Train to the Dragon Boat Festival This Weekend
How MTA Prepped for the Montague Tubes Closure
Metro-North’s discount rail and discount admission package for the 168th Dutchess County Fair in quaint Rhinebeck, NY, offers great savings, easy travel and loads of family fun.
Good news for drivers who use the Henry Hudson Bridge, the permanent lane closure on the Bronx-bound upper level of the bridge, in place since May 2011, has been lifted after work was completed three months ahead of schedule. The work was part of the nearly $32 million rehabilitation project to replace the original 1930’s-era steel curb stringers on the Bronx-bound upper level of the bridge.
Montague Tubes to Close for 14 Months of Sandy-Related Repairs