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Free Transfer Now Available for Customers Impacted by Weeknight and Weekend Work on the L Line

Good news for weekend riders of the [L] train. Starting Friday, April 24 -- New York City Transit is providing a free MetroCard transfer from the Broadway [G] to the Lorimer St [J][M] station for the time periods when the line is not running from Brooklyn to Manhattan (weeknights until 5/22 and weekends until 5/18). The free transfer will provide [L] line customers with an additional option to and from Manhattan while NYC Transit personnel continue construction work on the [L] Line and comes as a result of a request from State Senator Martin Dilan, State Senator Daniel Squadron, Assembly Member Joseph Lentol, Assembly Member Maritza Davila, and Councilman Stephen Levin. The free transfer will only be available during the time periods that service on the [L] is suspended.

Federal Railroad Administration Approves $1 Billion Loan to MTA to Improve LIRR & Metro-North Signal System Safety

Metro-North Railroad, along with the Long Island Rail Road, has received funding to improve the safety of signal systems. Governor Cuomo announced today that the Federal Railroad Administration has approved a loan of $967.1 million to begin the work. The loan, which is the largest and lowest-cost financing for the MTA, will finance the installment of positive train control, a technology designed to remove the potential for human error that can lead to train-involved accidents.

Federal Railroad Administration Approves $1 Billion Loan to MTA to Improve LIRR & Metro-North Signal System Safety

The MTA's two commuter railroads have received funding to improve the safety of signal systems. Governor Cuomo announced today that the Federal Railroad Administration has approved a loan of $967.1 million to begin the work. The loan, which is the largest and lowest-cost financing for the MTA, will finance the installment of positive train control, a technology designed to remove the potential for human error that can lead to train-involved accidents.

Federal Railroad Administration Approves $1 Billion Loan to MTA to Improve LIRR & Metro-North Signal System Safety

The MTA's two commuter railroads have received funding to improve the safety of signal systems. Governor Cuomo announced today that the Federal Railroad Administration has approved a loan of $967.1 million to begin the work. The loan, which is the largest and lowest-cost financing for the MTA, will finance the installment of positive train control, a technology designed to remove the potential for human error that can lead to train-involved accidents.

Zerega Av and Buhre Av 6 Stations To Reopen After Renewal Project

Zerega Av and Buhre Av [6][ stations will reopen Monday, April 29 as the MTA has substantially completed the rehabilitations, which were part of a five-station renewal project on the Pelham Line. The two subway stations will reopen for service in both directions at 5 a.m. on Monday, April 27.

Ride the LIRR to Belmont and Get $1 Off the $5 Grandstand Admission When You Show Your Rail Ticket!

Ride the LIRR to Belmont and Get $1 Off the $5 Grandstand Admission When You Show Your Rail Ticket!

First of Three Construction Projects That Will Lead To Removal Of Henry Hudson Bridge Toll Plazas Set To Begin

MTA Bridges and Tunnels will begin work on the first of three Capital Improvement construction projects at the Henry Hudson Bridge that will result in the removal of the 1930s-era toll plazas beginning in 2017.

Twelve New Round Trips Per Day Will Accommodate Increased Ridership

With subway ridership surging across the city, MTA New York City Transit plans to increase scheduled service on the [2] [7] [L] and [M] lines in December, resulting in more frequent subway trains and shorter wait times for customers. Almost all of the additional service will be scheduled during off-peak hours, which showed the highest growth last year as the subway moved more than 1.75 billion customers, the highest ridership in over 65 years.

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for April 24 - April 27

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for April 24 - April 27

Marine Parkway Bridge Work To Reconstruct Rockaway Point Overpass Set To Begin

MTA Bridges and Tunnels is set to begin a Capital Construction project to reconstruct the nearly 50-year-old Rockaway Point Boulevard Overpass at the Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge using an accelerated construction timeline that will see work completed by the end of this year.

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