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Metro-North Repairs Park Avenue Viaduct

In order to restore full train service as quickly as possible, MTA Metro-North Railroad crews are working around the clock to make temporary repairs to the railroad’s Park Avenue Viaduct in Manhattan that was damaged by a four-alarm fire underneath the viaduct on Tuesday evening.

Metro-North Service Alert

Metro-North service suspended to and from Grand Central

Save $10 on Tickets to the Show Plus, Ride Free on the Long Island Rail Road!

Save $10 on Tickets to the Show Plus, Ride Free on the Long Island Rail Road!

Station Improvements Underway on Upper Harlem Line

Station Improvements Underway on Upper Harlem Line

Saturday, May 21 Free Event at Grand Central Terminal to Feature Regional Travel Offers, Prizes and Hands-on Fun

Metro-North has partnered with some of the region’s top tourism partners to offer customers special discounted excursion packages. Representatives from regional destinations and attractions will help you plan your next getaway – whether it’s a family outing, romantic weekend or outdoor adventure. Explore easy to reach, affordable and exciting daytrips and overnight places to go and things to do throughout New York City, the Hudson Valley and Connecticut, including: Discovery Times Square, Empire City Casino, International Festival of Arts & Ideas, Lyndhurst Mansion, Maritime Aquarium and much more.

New Procurement Will Make Service Even Safer and More Reliable

MTA Metro-North Railroad today announced that it will enter into a contract with Ensco Inc. to design, build and deliver one of the most advanced track inspection vehicles in the world. The vehicle will use innovative laser, optical and inertial sensor systems to analyze the condition of the rail and track infrastructure, alerting Metro-North to any track anomalies.

Transportation Experts, Vehicle Manufacturers Highlight Challenges to Pedestrian Safety

Bus safety was once again a top priority for the MTA. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) hosted more than 75 researchers, representatives from major bus manufacturers and safety experts from federal transportation agencies and transit agencies around North America to discuss bus and pedestrian safety issues during a bus safety symposium on May 10.

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for May 13 - May 16

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for May 13 - May 16

Project Includes New Covered Platform, Platform Waiting Room, Elevator & Escalator

Construction for the $23.9 million modernization of the Long Island Rail Road’s Wantagh Station has begun. On Thursday, MTA Long Island Rail Road President Patrick A. Nowakowski marked the official start with a groundbreaking for the project made possible by the State of New York’s support for the MTA Capital Program as well as a $4 million contribution from Nassau County. Nowakowski was joined at groundbreaking ceremonies on Sunrise Highway by State Senator Michael Venditto, State Assemblyman David McDonough, Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano, Nassau County Legislator Steve Rhoads, Town of Hempstead Councilwoman Erin King-Sweeney and Chris Brown, President of the Wantagh Chamber of Commerce. Also on hand was Barney Fortunato Jr. of Long Island-based Fortunato Sons Contracting, Inc., the primary contractor on a project expected to create 100 construction jobs.

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for May 6 - May 9

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for May 6 - May 9

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