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MTA New York City Transit Continues Vital Work to Maintain and Modernize Flushing Line

One of the major challenges of operating a subway system that runs around the clock and carries 5.8 million customers a day is finding a window of opportunity to perform maintenance chores and make major improvements. Sometimes this involves curtailing service for a weekend, a period that gives workers the opportunity to perform complicated tasks that cannot be undertaken when train traffic is present.

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for October 17 - October 20

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for October 17 - October 20

LIRR Service Advisory for PM Rush

LIRR Service Advisory for PM Rush

Coming to a Queens Subway Stop Near You: Phone and WiFi Service

Customers in Queens and Manhattan are more connected than ever after the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and Transit Wireless expanded wireless and Wi-Fi service in 40 more subway stations across the two boroughs. That means 29 stations in Queens and 11 more stations in Manhattan -- including major transfer hubs like Grand Central-42 St and 34 St-Herald Sq -- join the first 36 stations in midtown Manhattan that were connected more than a year ago.

Monacelli Press Publishes Definitive Compendium of Artworks Throughout the MTA

New York City is filled with museums showcasing an abundance of art, but did you know New York's transit system is home to some wonderful and unique works? The MTA has announced that Monacelli Press is set to publish New York’s Underground Art Museum, a comprehensive book by Sandra Bloodworth and William Ayers with 264 pages in full color and 300 images that detail the stories behind the 250 permanent works of art throughout New York’s transportation network.

Working to Reduce Slip-Slide on Your Ride for Long Island Rail Road

The foliage, while colorful and plentiful this time of year, is not always ideal for the commute. That’s because when leaves fall on our rails they become crushed and produce an oily substance known as pectin. This “slime” can cause wheels to slip or slide, when a train attempts to speed up or slow down, often leading to minor service delays.

Working to Reduce Slip-Slide on Your Ride for Metro-North

The foliage, while colorful and plentiful this time of year, is not always ideal for the commute. That’s because when leaves fall on our rails they become crushed and produce an oily substance known as pectin. This “slime” can cause wheels to slip or slide, when a train attempts to speed up or slow down, often leading to minor service delays.

Working to Reduce Slip-Slide on Your Ride for Metro-North and Long Island Rail Road

The foliage, while colorful and plentiful this time of year, is not always ideal for the commute. That’s because when leaves fall on our rails they become crushed and produce an oily substance known as pectin. This “slime” can cause wheels to slip or slide, when a train attempts to speed up or slow down, often leading to minor service delays.

“Don’t Shortcut Your Life,” LIRR Urges in New Public Safety Campaign Aimed at Stopping Trespassing on Railroad Tracks

"Don't Shortcut Your Life." It's a simple message, but the Long Island Rail Road is hoping it's an effective one.

LIRR Offers a ‘Pearl of a Deal’ with Discounts and Extra Trains to Annual Oyster Festival

Share a day of great food and great fun on the shore, without the hassle of traffic and parking, when you take Long Island Rail Road to the 31st Annual Oyster Festival in Oyster Bay. LIRR is offering a specially-priced travel package next weekend which includes extra train service.

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