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LIRR Service Notice

LIRR service is temporarily suspended in both directions through Jamaica due to a stalled equipment train. Port Washington Branch service is not affected. NYC Transit is cross-honoring LIRR tickets at Penn Station, Jamaica and Atlantic Terminal.

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for February 4-5

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for February 4-5

Metro-North Announces Open House for Proposed Port Jervis Line Infrastructure Improvements

MTA Metro-North Railroad has announced that it will hold an Open House in Goshen, N.Y., on February 15 to share details on a proposal for capital improvements that will enable enhanced train service on the Port Jervis Line.

Darryl C. Irick Named Acting President of MTA New York City Transit

Darryl C. Irick Acting MTA NYCT President

Second Av Subway Ridership Growing Rapidly

SAS Ridership

Governor Cuomo Announces Veronique Hakim Will Serve as Interim Executive Director of the MTA

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced has that Veronique Hakim will serve as the interim Executive Director of the MTA while a seven-person committee conducts a nationwide search for a permanent Chair and Chief Executive Officer. Hakim is a lifelong transportation professional who has spent more than 24 years at the MTA, including serving as President of New York City Transit since December 2015. MTA Vice Chairman Fernando Ferrer will serve as Acting Chairman during the search for a permanent replacement.

MTA Board Approves Lowest Fare Increases Since 2009

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Board has voted to approve the lowest fare increase since 2009, when the MTA committed to a biennial schedule for regular increases. The plan increased fares over the next two years by 4 percent – or less than 2 percent annually and less than the rate of inflation. The MTA was able to hold the necessary increases below inflation as a result of the agency’s continued discipline in keeping costs down. The new fares, which take effect March 19, will allow the MTA to continue to provide safe and reliable service.

MTA Board Approves Lowest Fare Increases Since 2009

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Board has voted to approve the lowest fare increase since 2009, when the MTA committed to a biennial schedule for regular increases. The plan increased fares over the next two years by 4 percent – or less than 2 percent annually and less than the rate of inflation. The MTA was able to hold the necessary increases below inflation as a result of the agency’s continued discipline in keeping costs down. The new fares, which take effect March 19, will allow the MTA to continue to provide safe and reliable service.

MTA Board Approves Lowest Toll Increase Since 2009

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Board has voted to approve the lowest toll increase since 2009, when the MTA committed to a biennial schedule for regular increases. The plan increased tolls over the next two years by 4 percent – or less than 2 percent annually and less than the rate of inflation. The MTA was able to hold the necessary increases below inflation as a result of the agency’s continued discipline in keeping costs down. The new tolls take effect March 19.

MTA Board Keeps Base Fare Flat; Approves Lowest Fare, Toll Increases Since 2009

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Board has voted to keep the base fare flat for another two years in approving the lowest fare and toll increase since 2009, when the MTA committed to a biennial schedule for regular increases.

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