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$5 Million in Upgrades, New Service Plan Will Help Move Trains & Customers Faster & Reduce Departure Delays after the Big Race

The LIRR remains the best bet for travel to beautiful Belmont Park. With frequent service from Penn Station, Atlantic Terminal in Brooklyn and Jamaica to a newly refurbished Belmont Park Station, there is no faster or more convenient way to see American Pharoah’s bid to become the first winner of thoroughbred racing's Triple Crown in nearly four decades.

New Features Include Time-Based Arrival Estimates, Street Grid Views of Bus Locations

MTA Bus Time™ is now a free, downloadable app. MTA The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has significantly upgraded , its live bus tracking service, by making it available as a free downloadable app for iOS and Android smartphone users. Additionally starting June 6, new time-based bus arrival information will be available for Bronx bus routes and will be available for bus routes in the other boroughs in the near future as the MTA moves forward with new ways to provide customers with real-time arrival information.

A Dozen Peregrine Falcon Chicks Hatched and Banded High Atop 3 MTA Bridges

Twelve new peregrine falcon chicks with a unique nursery that includes an awesome 360-degree view of the city skyline were recently banded at the Verrazano-Narrows, Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial and Throgs Neck bridges.

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for May 29 - June 1

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for May 29 - June 1

New Subway Train Simulator Unveiled at the Community Information Center

MTA Capital Construction has invited the public to stop by the Community Information Center and experience the facility’s newest feature – a subway simulator that will give visitors the experience of operating a train through the three new stations of the Second Avenue Subway. Click online at https://youtu.be/IwU2fIf6N4U to see the simulator in action!

Cable Theft Near Howard Beach Disrupted Service for Hundreds of Thousands; NYPD Transit Bureau Investigating Crime While MTA Crews Make Repairs

Copper cable thieves caused hundreds of thousands of customers a difficult commute this morning after vandalizing cable from [A] line subway tracks near Howard Beach, Queens. Limited [A] train service is being restored at this moment but residual delays will persist throughout the day.

Queens A Train Service Replaced by Shuttle Buses Between Broad Channel and Rockaway Boulevard

MTA New York City Transit has suspended [A] train service between Broad Channel and Rockaway Boulevard because of problems with third rail power near Howard Beach. Shuttle buses will replace the [A] train on this section until further notice.

Let LIRR Be Your Way to the Beach This Summer

Let LIRR Be Your Way to the Beach This Summer

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for May 22 - May 25

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for May 22 - May 25

MTA Announces Service Plans for Memorial Day Weekend

The MTA has extra trains to help New Yorkers get an early start on the long three-day weekend. On Memorial Day, most MTA services will operate on Sunday schedules. Details are below.

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