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Weekend at Work: October 13-16, 2017.
MTA New York City Transit has opened an enhanced Bay Ridge Ave R Subway station in Brooklyn, and more improvements are on the way. The MTA further announced that its Capital Plan now includes $40 million for ADA-accessibility projects at the 77 St and Bay Ridge-95 St stations on the R Subway line. The Capital Plan, which was amended this summer, features a quartet of projects in Bay Ridge at 59th Street, 77th Street, 86th Street and Bay Ridge-95th Street, respectively.
MTA's Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for October 14-15
Do the New York Yankees have a shot at winning their 28th World Series title? The best way to find out is by taking a trip to the games yourself on Metro-North Road’s frequent game-night “Yankee Clipper,” or the “Nostalgia Special” subway.
Oyster Bay Village will once again host the East Coast’s largest waterfront fete on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 14-15, and the Long Island Rail Road wants to help you be one of the more than 200,000 people to enjoy the fun.
Ride Metro-North to Experience the Splendors of Fall. Free Admission to Prime Outdoor Adventures Steps Away from Metro-North Stations.
On the heels of a top-to-bottom renovation of Brooklyn’s 53 St station on the [R] line, New York City Transit’s Enhanced Station Initiative (ESI) will now expand to the 30th Av and 36th Av [N][W] stations on the Astoria Line, with work beginning on Monday, October 23rd.
The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for October 7-8
Before the bone-chilling New York winter sets in, make the most of the remaining warm-weather autumn days with a day trip out East – even stay overnight! – and use the Long Island Rail Road’s specially curated packages to ensure your weekends are filled with fun, ease and savings.
MTA New York City Transit’s Fresh Take on the Customer Service Center
After 103 years of service, the Post Avenue bridge at the Westbury train station will be replaced on October 21-22, 2017, allowing the Long Island Rail Road’s (LIRR) Main Line Expansion Project to move forward.
As part of Chairman Joseph Lhota’s Subway Action Plan to stabilize and improve the subway system and lay the foundation for modernization, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has launched refurbished and reconfigured R-160 cars on the E line.
The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for September 30-October 1
Subway Dashboard Video
Metro-North Railroad has expanded Ride2Drive, a program that makes Zipcars available at select Metro-North stations, to four more East of Hudson stations and two West of Hudson stations. Metro-North customers who join Zipcar, can now access a total of 26 vehicles at 15 Metro-North stations. With the expansion of the Ride2Drive program, Metro-North offers new Hudson Valley getaway packages, all within easy reach from select stations via Zipcar.
Quick-thinking and a sense of duty to customers led three first responders from Grand Central Terminal’s Fire Brigade, a Metro-North Engineer and a Metro-North Conductor to leap into action and help save a life. Now, Metro-North Railroad is recognizing these heroes for their extraordinary efforts to aid a customer who went into cardiac arrest while on board a train this summer.
The MTA's Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work
Improving SI Express Bus Service
The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for September 16-17
Earlier this summer, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced plans for the historic multi-billion dollar transformation of LIRR infrastructure, including the Main Line Third Track, Double Track, Jamaica Station Reconstruction, 39 renovated Long Island Rail Road stations and the elimination of grade crossing. Taken together, the upgrades will help modernize transportation across the region and provide a state-of-the-art rail system for Long Islanders.