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First Phase of 88 St and 104 St Renewals Completed

Beginning at 5:00 a.m., Monday, September 29, [A] Line customers will once again have access to the Queens-bound sides of the 88 St and 104 St stations along the Liberty Avenue Line in Queens. The five-month station renewal project is part of a major $39 million capital project that will see the complete renewals of five stations along the Liberty Avenue [A] Line.

MTA Recognizes Bridges and Tunnels Officers for Bravery in Queens Apartment Building Fire Rescue

MTA Chairman and CEO Thomas F. Prendergast recognized nine Bridge and Tunnel officers during MTA’s monthly board meeting on Wednesday for their brave actions that saved more than a dozen people from an apartment building fire near the Queens Midtown Tunnel in July. Prendergast presented eight of the officers at the board’s September meeting with the heroism awards for their actions on July 30, 2014.

MTA Addresses Unwanted Sexual Contact with Launch of New Web Page

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has launched a web page aimed squarely at alerting customers about their options when it comes to reporting inappropriate and unwanted sexual contact on MTA property or aboard an MTA train or bus. The page contains helpful information focusing on what to do if you are a victim, while also sharing tips that could prevent customers from becoming victims.

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

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

Metro-North Offers Dutchess County Farm Fresh Tours

Celebrate the bounty of the fall season with outdoor, food-filled excursion packages from Metro-North Railroad. The Railroad is proud to be partnering with Dutchess County Tourism to provide discount rail and farm daytrip packages. Whether you’re looking to take part in a wine tasting, enjoy the richness of pure maple syrup or try some good ole moonshine – there’s something for everyone.

MTA Publishes 2015-2019 Capital Program

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) today published its proposed 2015-2019 Capital Program, which details its plan to ensure safe and reliable service for a growing region by investing in the subway, bus, commuter railroad, bridge and tunnel network.

Weekend at Work: September 20 - September 22

Weekend at Work: September 20 - September 22

Significant Delays Expected in all Bus Service in Manhattan Due to Frozen Security Zones

Bus Delays Expected During UN Sessions

7 Trains Suspended this Weekend between Times Square-42 St and 74 St-Broadway

Advisory: Reminder of Weekend Service Changes Due To 7 Flushing Line Work

A Mix of 40-foot and 60-foot Buses Could be Added to Fleet

As part of the ongoing effort to modernize the nation’s largest municipal bus fleet, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is seeking Board approval next week to award federally funded contracts to bus manufacturer New Flyerof America (New Flyer) for the delivery of 120 new low-floor transit buses