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The MTA reopened the southbound side of the Cortlandt Street R subway station on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011, in time, as promised, for the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack.
This Labor Day weekend, MTA crews fanned out throughout the subway system to replace track, build switches and renew stations.
Surfing in Long Beach is a time-honored tradition for Long Islanders and MTA Long Island Rail Road is the best way to get to the first major professional surfing tournament on the East Coast getting underway in the popular seaside city.
<p><strong>Extra Getaway Services on Friday, Sept. 2, Will Start the Weekend</strong></p> <p>The MTA is providing extra service on Friday, Sept. 2, so you can get a head start on the long holiday weekend. All services will operate on a reduced schedule on Labor Day. ...<a href="/news/stories/?story=365">more</a></p>
Street Detours And Temporary Ramp In Place Through December
While service has resumed across the rest of the MTA system, Metro-North Railroad's Port Jervis Line has sustained catastrophic damage. The MTA has invoked emergency powers to cut through red tape and access necessary funding to begin work immediately.
You don't need an iPad or iPhone to use our App of the Week. In fact you don't need a computer. All you need to use the app called "Tell Me Where the Next Bus Is" is a touch-tone telephone.
While service has resumed across much of the MTA system, other areas were hit extremely hard by Hurricane Irene. Metro-North Railroad's Port Jervis Line has sustained catastrophic damage that will require months to repair. Shorter-term recovery efforts are underway to restore a number of other LIRR and Metro-North branches.
The LIRR is serving up aces with its frequent service to the U.S. Tennis Open. Trains will stop at the Mets-Willets Point Station for the qualifying rounds through the finals -; including the Men's finals, which has been rescheduled to Monday, September 12 at 4 PM.
While service has resumed across much of the MTA system, other areas were hit extremely hard by Hurricane Irene. Metro-North Railroad's Port Jervis Line has sustained catastrophic damage that will require months to repair. Shorter-term recovery efforts are underway to restore a number of other LIRR and Metro-North branches. <a href='/pj/index.html'><strong>Alternate Service Information</strong></a>
New Destinations Include Polo Matches, Oyster Bay Village Tour, and the North Fork's Hallockville Fall Festival
<strong>Hurricane Warning</strong><br> <strong>August 26, 2011</strong><br><br> Governor Andrew M. Cuomo this morning directed MTA officials to begin immediately implementing a hurricane plan designed to protect the safety of New Yorkers before, during and after the expected impacts of Hurricane Irene, with latest forecasts showing dangerous conditions reaching the area as early as Saturday evening.
<strong>Hurricane Warning</strong><br> <strong>August 26, 2011</strong><br><br> Governor Andrew M. Cuomo this morning directed MTA officials to begin immediately implementing a hurricane plan designed to protect the safety of New Yorkers before, during and after the expected impacts of Hurricane Irene, with latest forecasts showing dangerous conditions reaching the area as early as Saturday evening.
Metro-North President Howard Permut outlines the railroad's response to customer concerns about on-board communications with an open letter and action plan based on customer forum last week
<p>There have been no earthquake-related service disruptions on the MTA network. Operating personnel have conducted preliminary inspections and have not observed any immediate indications of damage. Out of an abundance of caution, field engineers have begun a more thorough inspection process that will focus on elevated structures and tunnels and is expected to last into the overnight hours.</p>
The LIRR is serving up aces with its frequent service to the U.S. Tennis Open. Trains will stop at the Mets-Willets Point Station for the qualifying rounds through the finals.
Workers from MTA New York City Transit renewed a section of track near Hoyt-Schermerhorn in Brooklyn and replaced sections of track at the Burke Av. station on the 2 and 5 line in the Bronx.
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 the world's largest urban zoo.

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