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In partnership with New York City, the MTA is extending the 7 line to support the growth of an emerging community on the Far West Side. The $2.1 billion project, funded by the City and managed by the MTA, will help transform the Hudson Yards vicinity into a vibrant 24-hour neighborhood.
On Monday, February 25, MTA New York City Transit brings <em>FASTRACK </em>to Upper Manhattan on the [a] Line.
FASTRACK Comes to Washington Heights/Inwood
The card was introduced in February 2012 to attract new customers who wanted a more convenient way to use cash to pay E-ZPass tolls. While E-ZPass customers have always had the option of adding cash to their accounts, doing so previously required a trip to an E-ZPass walk-in center.
MetroCards can now be refilled with a combination of both unlimited-ride time and pay-per-ride dollar values.
The Long Island Rail Road&#39;s line up of New York City Getaways for 2013 are the savvy traveler&#39;s economical way to see all that the great town has to offer, the finest attractions, special events and shopping, all at a significant savings over the regular price of round-trip rail travel, admission and purchases.
On a scale of one to ten, a bride-to-be&#39;s loss of an engagement ring has to be right up there at the top. Losing it in the subway?
The ceremonial cutting of a bright blue ribbon marked completion of the five-month construction project at the M Line's Knickerbocker Avenue Station.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has awarded a contract for the station finishes, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, ancillary buildings and entrances for the future Second Avenue Subway 72<sup>nd</sup> Street Station.
The MTA has enhanced is website to make it easier for customers to get in touch with us and let us know about issues and concerns.