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LIRR has launched a pilot program using hand-held Ticket Issuing Machines that allow customers to purchase tickets on board trains with all major credit and debit cards.
LIRR Wine Country Getaway tour this Saturday, August 6
Metro-North Railroad has reviewed its actions in response to a number of heat-related incidents on July 22, 2011 on the New Haven Line. The results of that review are in this report.
Ensuring reliable service, building for the future, and creating economic growth in New York State.
The Croton-Harmon Locomotive and Coach Shop was designed for employee safety and comfort, as well as energy and operational efficiency. Now it has been recognized as the best in the world. more
The latest in a series throughout the summer highlighting how you can use your MetroCard to enjoy all that New York has to offer focuses on "Summer Streets."
No.1 Line customers using the Dyckman Street Station should take note that the downtown platform will be closed beginning Monday, August 15.
Following the replacement of track panels, sections of fiberglass walkway and wood track ties damaged in a signal room fire at the W. 8th St station, crews were able to restore full F and Q service between the Coney Island-Stillwell Avenue Terminal and the Avenue X and Brighton Beach stations.
Getting there is only a MetroCard swipe, or dip away. The farmers market is easily reachable by the 2, 3, A,B,C and D trains or the M2, M3, M7, M10, M60, M100, M101 and Bx15 buses, or Metro-North Railroad to Harlem-125th Street.
If you have yet to visit historic Governors Island...well, you should.
The Fulton Street Transit Center continues to take shape with the opening of a new entrance at 135 William Street.
Another busy weekend of subway system maintenance work wraps up
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 City's beaches.
Our App of the Week is myBus NYC, which was launched in June to help bus riders find bus stops, route info and upcoming schedules.
Its work complete, one of two 200-ton, 22-foot-tall tunnel boring machines digging the tunnels and caverns that will bring Long Island Rail Road trains into Grand Central Terminal is being buried this week, 14 stories below Park Avenue.
This weekend, workers replaced track panels on the 2/5 Line at Jackson Avenue, and replaced rails north of 57th Street on the N/Q/R Line.

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