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New RFK Bridge Exit Ramp to E125th Street Opens Ahead of Schedule

Manhattan-bound traffic exiting the RFK Bridge Harlem River Lift Span can now use the newly constructed East 125th Street exit ramp, which opened ahead of schedule earlier this month. Drivers had been using an adjacent temporary exit ramp since November 2015, while the original 1930s ramp was demolished and replaced with a reinforced concrete structure and steel roadway supports. The work was completed in less than eleven months, about a month ahead of schedule.

Scheduled Track Work Means Service Delays on the Montauk, Babylon, Hempstead and Port Wash Branches This Weekend

Track work on the Long Island Rail Road’s Montauk, Babylon, Hempstead and Port Washington branches scheduled for this coming weekend, Saturday, October 29 and Sunday, October 30 will mean extensive delays unless travelers plan ahead.

N, Q and R Will Have Some Service Changes

W Line Returns to Broadway

MTACC Completes Renovation of Public Plaza at 63rd Street and Third Avenue

As part of an intensive, community-focused design process, the agency held numerous meetings with neighborhood associations, nearby business owners, and representatives from the Royale Condominium, the entity that owns and will maintain the public space. Recommendations by the community were incorporated into the plaza’s final design.

LIRR Urges Customers to Consider LIRR Main Line Branches to Avoid Montauk and Babylon Branch Delays

Scheduled track work on the Long Island Rail Road’s Babylon and Montauk Branches this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, October 22-23, will mean significant service changes on those branches – including service to Sunday's Islanders game at Barclays Center – as the LIRR replaces switches in Freeport and installs new concrete ties and makes grade crossing improvements east of Babylon.

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for October 21-24

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for October 21-24

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for October 14-17

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for October 14-17

MTA and LIRR Crews Work Around the Clock to Repair Tracks and Conduct Necessary Inspections

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the Long Island Rail Road will resume full rush hour service this afternoon on the Ronkonkoma, Port Jefferson and Oyster Bay Branches. Service on those branches was disrupted in the wake of a derailment east of New Hyde Park on Saturday night.

LIRR Restores Eastbound Service for Mid-day

MTA Long Island Rail Road crews have restored eastbound train service to one of the two Main Line tracks east of New Hyde Park where a train derailed on Saturday night. The restoration allows train service to resume during the mid-dayon the LIRR’s Port Jefferson, Ronkonkoma and Oyster Bay Branches. Trains will run at reduced speeds near the affected area. Customers should expect some delays and cancellations as a result.

LIRR Service Notice

Following a train derailment east of New Hyde Park, LIRR customers are encouraged to use the Babylon, Hempstead and Montauk Branches. Limited alternative service is available for the Port Jefferson, Ronkonkoma and Oyster Bay Branches. Details are available here.

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