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The latest in a series throughout the summer highlighting how you can use your MetroCard to enjoy all that New York has to offer brings us to Randall's Island.
We have announced plans to generate a total of $4 billion in savings for the current five-year Capital Program while maintaining its benefits.
This weekend, workers replaced sections of track at West Farms Sq.-E. Tremont Av. on the 2/5 Line in the Bronx and contractors replaced cables along the L Line in Brooklyn.
First of four LIRR Wine Country Getaway tours offered this Saturday, July 16
E-ZPass has just made Fortune magazine's top 100 list of Great Things About America, coming in at No. 66.
Hot dogs, green grass and a great atmosphere for families -- use your MetroCard to get to the ballpark for affordable minor league baseball and some breathtaking ocean views.
Attention tech developers! Got an idea for an app that will help your fellow transit riders? Put your expertise to work through our MTA App Quest challenge.
Workers restored tracks on the B/C line at 103rd Street in Manhattan and on the G at Hoyt-Schermerhorn in Brooklyn.
B & T was honored by Intelligent Transportation Society of America with a Smart Solution Spotlight award for two travel time programs that help drivers avoid congestion.
Equestrian enthusiasts don't have to travel far to hop on a horse.  Use your MetroCard to get to some of the best horse-riding and equine centers in the City.
This week's App of the Week, Dadnab, provides point-to-point travel directions on any phone that offers SMS text messaging.
Despite being a septuagenarian, MTA's flagship bridge, the Robert F. Kennedy/Triborough Bridge is ready for a celebration!
You'll be able to stow away your paper Metro-North timetables if you use Brayne Trainz: Metro-North, our App of the Week.
Customers are embracing the ease of picking up an E-ZPass On The Go tag in cash lanes at the Henry Hudson Bridge. On Monday, the first day they were offered, 70 tags were sold.
The MTA will suspend routine maintenance work at its seven bridges and two tunnels beginning Noon Fri., July 1st through the end of the morning rush on Tuesday, July 5th.

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