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An engineering assessment released Monday calls for massive repairs and 150,000 tons of stone to restore Port Jervis Line train service by the end of the year
The MTA plans to sell or lease nine parcels of MTA-controlled real estate in New York City, including 370 Jay Street in Downtown Brooklyn.
True inter-agency teamwork between Metro-North Railroad and MTA Bus is allowing Port Jervis customers to get to where they need to go.
A tunnel boring machine (TBM) has reached the Lexington Ave-63rd St. station breaking into the existing tunnel and marking a major milestone in the $4.45 billion project.
Famed structural engineer Othmar Amman, who designed four of MTA's seven bridges, passed away on Sept. 22, 1965.
Metro-North and LIRR commuters: our App of the Week, One Touch Train, can help you get rid of paper timetables if you use an Android, iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
Crews from various NYC Transit Department of Subways Divisions worked into the early hours this morning to restore service on the A, B, C, and D lines.
MTA Arts for Transit has posted a new photography exhibition at Grand Central Terminal entitled EAT, showing color images from roadside America
The On the Go! Travel Station — a new interactive touch-screen that offers MTA travel information and a whole lot more -; is up and running at the Bowling Green station.
This weekend, workers from MTA New York City Transit rebuilt piers and replaced drain pipes on the South Channel Bridge, rehabilitated switches in the Pitkin Yard, and replaced track panels on the N Line.
Customers using A, B, C and D train service should expect severe service disruptions due to a water main break in the vicinity of 110th Street and Central Park West. In addition, due to a switch problem in the vicinity of the Queens Plaza station, service on the F and M lines continues to be impacted.
The MTA has launched "The Weekender," a new feature of intended to transform the way riders navigate the subway system on weekends.
Train Service has resumed between Port Jervis & Harriman
The MTA has awarded a contract to excavate the cavern that will house the 86th Street Station of the Second Avenue Subway, and build the station's basic structure.
Ready for football? The LIRR is again offering a special, one-ticket ride from Long Island to the Meadowlands to see the Giants and the Jets and other select stadium events.
Work will begin this September on the last major contract needed to extend the 7 subway line to the Far West Side of Manhattan.
This weekend, workers from MTA New York City Transit replaced track panels at Bay Pkwy on the N Line and Newkirk Av on the B/Q Line.
The LIRR is introducing some new Long Island Getaways to its fall lineup of escorted sightseeing tours, travel packages and deals this year, offering more unique ways to enjoy the fall season.
Service Enhancements and Track Maintenance Work Means Schedule Changes for Trains on Main Line, Long Beach, West Hempstead, Oyster Bay, Montauk & Far Rockaway Branches