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7 Trains Suspended this Weekend between Times Square-42 St and 74 St-Broadway

Advisory: Reminder of Weekend Service Changes Due To 7 Flushing Line Work

A Mix of 40-foot and 60-foot Buses Could be Added to Fleet

As part of the ongoing effort to modernize the nation’s largest municipal bus fleet, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is seeking Board approval next week to award federally funded contracts to bus manufacturer New Flyerof America (New Flyer) for the delivery of 120 new low-floor transit buses

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for September 19 - 22

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for September 19 - 22

New Subway Map Highlights Weekend, Overnight Service

Newest version of subway map highlights weekend, overnight service

Metro-North Wins Award for Energy Conservation at Grand Central

Metro-North Railroad is being recognized for its energy-saving efforts. The Railroad received an award on September 16 during a ceremony for the first annual "BuildSmart NY Innovators Summit:" in Albany. The MTA agency was awarded for its comprehensive upgrade and replacement of utility systems with energy-saving components throughout Grand Central Terminal, a century-old national landmark building. Among the replacements or upgrades were chillers, cooling towers, fans, compressors, air handlers, and an extensive steam distribution system.

50th Street Commons Pocket Park Opens as Part of East Side Access

Elected officials and community leaders from Midtown Manhattan today joined officials from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to formally open a new public space constructed as part of the East Side Access project. East Side Access will bring Long Island Rail Road trains into a new eight-track station beneath Grand Central Terminal, saving Long Island and Queens commuters to Manhattan’s East Side up to 40 minutes off their daily commutes.

Orchard Harvest Tour Saturday, September 20

Spend Saturday, September 20 enjoying Long Island’s picturesque North Fork – this time partaking in the harvest rituals. At Wickham’s Fruit Farm in Cutchogue, visitors will enjoy a guided tour of the orchard on a tractor ride. You’ll also be able to pick your own apples (including varietals such as Gingergold and Gala), fill your own bag and take them home (included in the price). Homemade items such as donuts and pies are available for purchase in the farm store.

Be Part of the Superhero Experience With LIRR

Interested in accessing Captain America’s highly coveted Birth Pod, witnessing the neurological effects of Bruce Banner’s transformation into the Hulk, or attending a Stark Industries press conference? Then, the Long Island Rail Road has two MARVEL-ous packages for the entire family.

Next Stage Begins In Verrazano-Narrows Toll Plaza Project

Longer merge points and access to both levels of the bridge are bonuses for motorists using the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge to Brooklyn as the $50 million toll plaza improvement project moves into the next stage of construction. The Staten Island Expressway HOV lane will also temporarily end just before Fingerboard Bridge Road during this stage of construction while contractors reconstruct the area where the old eastbound toll plaza once stood.

Services Resumes Through Montague Tubes

[N][R] Service Resumes Through Montague Tubes

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