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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
Ten years after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the MTA reflects on a decade that began with rescue and heroism, and finished with rebuilding and growth.
The MTA has dramatically expanded efforts security since the attacks.
The MTA worked quickly to restore service after 9/11 and has been crucially important to lower Manhattan's rebuilding and revitalization.
The thoroughbreds are back from Saratoga and the LIRR's "Belmont Special" is off and running to beautiful Belmont Park for the fall racing season starting Saturday, Sept. 10.
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