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LIRR Service Notice

LIRR train service is suspended in both directions on the Ronkonkoma, Port Jefferson and Oyster Bay Branches due to a train derailment near New Hyde Park.

Governor Cuomo Announces Transformational Plan to Reimagine New York's Bridges and Tunnels for 21st Century

"Open Road" tolling and colorful LED lights are among the changes you'll see in the coming years when traveling on MTA's Bridges and Tunnels. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced a transformational plan to reimagine New York's crossings for the 21st century. The plan will institute state-of-the-art automatic tolling at all MTA bridges and tunnels – reducing traffic congestion and decreasing emissions to improve the overall travel experience for millions of residents and visitors in New York State. At the Governor’s direction, the state will also deploy cutting-edge technology and security personnel to high-profile crossings in New York to enhance public safety and fortify anti-terror efforts.

Apple Pay and Masterpass Added to MTA eTix Mobile Ticketing App, Offering Easy, Secure & Fast Ways to Pay

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced the addition of Apple Pay and Masterpass digital wallet technology to MTA eTix, the mobile ticketing app that enables Metro-North Railroad and Long Island Rail Road customers to purchase their tickets anywhere, anytime. Starting tomorrow morning, customers of these services will be able to use both services to purchase one way, round trip, ten trip, weekly, CityTickets -- as well and monthly passes —through MTA eTix.

Take MTA Long Island Rail Road to the Annual Oyster Festival in Oyster Bay Village Over the Weekend of October 15 & 16

The 33rd annual Oyster Festival takes over the streets of Oyster Bay Village over the weekend of October 15 and 16 and MTA Long Island Rail Road is definitely the best way to get there.

Renewals are Part of 7-Station Capital Project on the New Lots Av Line

Beginning 5:00 a.m. Monday, October 3, MTA New York City Transit will close the Sutter Av-Rutland Rd and Junius St stations as part of an ongoing $88 million capital project to rehabilitate seven elevated stations along the New Lots Av 3 line in Brooklyn’s Brownsville and East New York neighborhoods

New Photography Exhibits at 2 Stations Examine City Waterfronts in Transition; Poetry in Motion Selections for 2016 Added to Subway Cars

MTA Arts & Design has installed additions to two of its major art programs, Lightbox photography and Poetry in Motion®, to welcome customers back from summer holiday with new art on view in the MTA New York City Transit system.

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for November 19-20

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for November 19-20

Alternate Service for Port Jervis and Pascack Valley Line Customers

MTA Metro-North is Providing a Limited Shuttle Bus Service for Port Jervis and Pascack Valley Customers

Award of Design Contract to Happen by End of Year; Construction starts in 2017

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) today announced that it has received four design proposals from qualified engineering firms for the modernization of the LIRR’s level in Penn Station as part of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s sweeping plans to transform Penn Station and the historic James A. Farley Post Office into a world-class transportation hub.

Governor Cuomo Unveils New Pennsylvania Station-Farley Complex

A redesign of the A,C, E and 1,2, 3 subway lines at Penn Station-34th Street is among the sweeping plans announced on Tuesday by Governor Cuomo. The plans mean a complete transformation of the historic James A. Farley Post Office into a world-class transportation hub. At the Association for a Better New York, the Governor announced the selection of a developer-builder team including three companies, Related Companies, Vornado Realty LP, and Skanska AB to redevelop the Farley Building, creating a new 255,000 square foot Train Hall to house passenger facilities for the Long Island Rail Road and Amtrak.

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