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Transit Museum Launches Rockaway Relief Collection
New York City Transit's Wonder Train Car!
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced that Broadway R service will be extended to Whitehall Street beginning at 6 a.m. Monday, December 3rd.
WiFi Advances in Grand Central Terminal
Hugh L. Carey Tunnel Back To Normal Operation
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that the MTA's Queens Midtown Tunnel, which was flooded during Hurricane Sandy, will reopen for drivers in time for the Friday morning rush hour.
Metro-North Continues Repairs After Hurricane Sandy
Riverhead-Greenport Weekday Train Service Restored; Long Beach Branch Busing Expanded to Long Beach Station
Labor-management cooperation gets results at Bedford Hills and elsewhere as part of the railroad's new, interdepartmental effort to better maintain its stations on a regular schedule.
"Whispering Gallery" Renovations Complete
Cashless tolling is coming to the Henry Hudson Bridge toll plaza at 11 pm on Saturday, November 10.
LIRR Operates Full AM & PM Rush Hour Service Starting Monday, December 10
MTA's Vintage Bus Fleet to Hit the Road Again
QMT Will Have Three Lanes Into Manhattan For Morning Peak
MTA Crossings Remain Open Sunday
Eyeing the possibility that Hurricane Sandy will continue on its path toward the New York City metropolitan area, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today directed the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) to begin planning for an orderly suspension of all subway, bus and commuter railroad service.
Customers are urged to monitor, media outlets and call 511 for latest transportation information.
October 27th marks the 108th anniversary of the opening of New York City's subway, and since the first Interborough Rapid Transit (IRT) train rolled uptown, the subway has become the essence of a growing city, nourishing skyscrapers, developing residential neighborhoods and just shortening the time it takes to get around.