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The art installation at the Avenue U station on the <img src="/siteimages/subwaybullets/q.png" alt="Q Subway Line Symbol" border="0"> Line was named one of the best public artworks in the United States at the 2012 Americans for the Arts Convention held in June. <a href="">Click here for photos of the artwork.</a>
In the year since the program to sell E-ZPass<sup>&#174;</sup> 'On-the-Go' tags in cash lane began, nearly 65,000 tags have been sold, with most sold in just the last three months after the program was expanded to include all nine MTA crossings.
Beginning July 1st, MTA Bus Time<sup style="font-size:70%;">&#174;</sup> will be available to customers who ride the B61 in Brooklyn.
MTA New York City Transit completed another round of FASTRACK work on June 29. Hundreds of workers were busy in tunnels and stations performing a four-night blitz of inspections, repairs and maintenance jobs, as well as cleaning and painting.
The quick action and team work of two MTA Long Island Rail Road employees resulted in a customer being reunited with her two-carat, sapphire and diamond engagement ring that was lost on a morning rush hour train.
Catch the best musicians the MTA has to offer all summer long starting July 4.
The Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge, which sparked the growth of the Rockaways and turned an isolated area into a recreational destination, is turning 75 on July 3rd.
Free WiFi is available through September 7 in six subway stations in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood.
The Broadway/Seventh Avenue corridor is next up for 'FASTRACK'. For four consecutive weeknights beginning Monday, June 25th, more than 800 maintenance workers will replace, inspect, repair, paint and clean subway infrastructure on the line segment between 34th Street-Penn Station and Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center.
Teachers and first grade students at the Speyer Legacy School made a special request.
In a move to more effectively manage its real estate portfolio, the MTA is accepting proposals from real estate companies seeking to master lease the 13-store retail concourse at the recently renovated 59 St-Columbus Circle subway complex.
Want to know how traffic is moving at MTA crossings or how long it will take to reach a connecting highway? The information is just a tap away with Bridges and Tunnels' new MTA EZTravel app, now available for free download at the Apple store.
The posters (car cards) have begun appearing in subway cars this week, rotating through three different themes.
A heat wave slated to hit the metropolitan area can impact your commute if the MTA must reduce power consumption as required by contracts with our power suppliers.
Minor league baseball is back as the Brooklyn Cyclones and the Staten Island Yankees are back in action. Use your MetroCard to get to the ballpark for affordable minor league baseball and some breathtaking ocean views.
Motorists appreciate real time travel and traffic information.
Friday morning saw the wrap-up of another successful and productive round of FASTRACK.
New technology...another award!
The LIRR is introducing four new Long Island Getaways to its lineup of over 20 escorted sightseeing tours, travel packages and deals available through the summer offering discounts galore.
Now you can get updated weekend subway service diversions right on your iPhone.