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Metro-North Details Service Options for Residents of Orange and Rockland Counties

Metro-North West of Hudson customers will have different travel options if NJ TRANSIT should have a work stoppage starting on or after Sunday, March 13. Because NJ TRANSIT operates the trains that serve Metro-North Railroad’s Port Jervis Line and Pascack Valley Line in Orange and Rockland Counties, N.Y., those lines would not operate during a work stoppage. Metro-North has arranged service options for its customers that could begin 24 hours after a strike is announced. Details are below.

Metro-North West of Hudson Service Options; Six Staten Island Express Bus Routes Re-Routes; Additional Bridge and Tunnel Traffic

There could be some transportation changes for New Yorkers if NJ TRANSIT should have a work stoppage starting on or after Sunday, March 13. Customers should stay informed throughout the duration of any event by signing up for service alerts at MyMTAAlerts.com, monitoring Service Status on MTA.info, or following the MTA’s social media feeds listed at web.mta.info/social.

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for February 26 - February 29

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for February 26 - February 29

LIRR Reliability Centered Maintenance Strategy Continues to Pay Off As Railroad Improves for 16th Consecutive Year; Acquisition of New Fleet and Intensive Maintenance are Main Factors for Metro-North

It's an historic accomplishment for MTA's railroads. The Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad have achieved the best mechanical performance in the history of their rail cars, leading customers to experience more reliable trains and better on-time performance. And for the LIRR, the achievement marked the railroad's 16th consecutive year or improvement for rail car reliability.

Reliability Centered Maintenance Strategy Continues to Pay Off

It's Sweet 16 for the LIRR as its rail cars achieved their best performance for the 16th consecutive year. In fact, the feat makes it the railroad's best mechanical reliability since record-keeping began in 1981.

Acquisition of New Fleet and Intensive Maintenance are Main Factors

It's an historic accomplishment for Metro-North! The railroad has achieved the best mechanical performance in the history of its rail cars, leading customers to experience more reliable trains and better on-time performance.

MTA Advances Work On Second Avenue Subway Service

For those who miss the [W] train...[W] onderful letter is coming back. In fact, MTA New York City Transit is proposing to hold a public hearing on restoring the [W] Line in Queens and Manhattan this fall, in order to allow the [Q] Line to begin serving the Second Avenue Subway between 63rd and 96th streets when it opens later this year.

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for February 19 - February 22

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for February 19 - February 22

Grand Central’s East Yard Safer, Cleaner

Metro-North’s Office of System Safety spearheaded a huge all-day clean-up of our Grand Central Terminal (GCT) East Yard and track on Saturday, Jan. 30. In all, 48 employees from various departments, including Track, Power, Communications & Signals, Mechanical, Transportation and GCT Building Maintenance, volunteered their time to make the Terminal a cleaner and safer place.

Upgrades to the Interlocking at Staten Island Railway's St. George Terminal

Upgrades to the Interlocking at St. George Terminal are Complete

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