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Additional Safety Measures Implemented on 72nd Street

Review of the August 21 incident has been completed and blasting will resume on 72nd Street at Second Avenue Subway Site.

New Subway Transportation Chief Named

Herbert E. Lambert, with more than 30 years of service in MTA New York City Transit's Department of Subways, has been named to the position of Chief Transportation Officer, Rapid Transit Operations.

MTA Staten Island Railway is looking for Conductors

MTA Staten Island Railway has an exam filing for Conductor. <a href="">Click here to learn more</a>

Take the LIRR to U.S. Open Tennis Men's Finals

The LIRR is providing service to the U.S. Open Tennis Men's Finals today (Sept. 10) with trains stopping at Mets-Willets Point Station, which is just a short walk to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.

Damaged on 9/11, NYC Transit Bus a Restored Phoenix of Red, White and Blue

MTA New York City Transit express coach 2185 is a living tribute to 9/11 responders and the MTA's determination to rebuild in the wake of the terrorist attacks.

We're Holding Four Community Forums in the Bronx

In cooperation with the Bronx Borough President's Office, MTA Metro-North Railroad is hosting information sessions regarding a proposal to introduce railroad service in the east Bronx along Amtrak's right-of-way.

Oldest MTA New York City Transit Subway Cars Getting Their Final Makeover

Maintenance on our R32s cars will keep them on the rails until new R179 cars are delivered.

Another Round of 'FASTRACK' Completed on the Lexington Ave. Line

<p> An army of maintenance workers wrapped up yet another successful <em>FASTRACK </em>effort completing an ambitious schedule of work.</p> <p>Click <a href="">here</a> for more information.</p>

IND Subway Line Turns 80

If you wanted to catch the <img src="/siteimages/subwaybullets/a.png" alt="A Subway Line Symbol" border="0"> train on September 9th, 1932, you would have been out of luck. It started running a day later. That's right, the Eighth Avenue Subway, at times also known as the Independent, IND or Municipal Subway, celebrates 80 years of operation on September 10th.

Metro-North & LIRR Extend Ticket Validity & Refund Periods

Effective September 4, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority extended the validity of one-way and round-trip tickets on the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad from 14 days to 60 days.