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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.

Governor Proposes Major Expansion of Taste NY Initiative

A new store selling New York's finest foods and beverages is now open in Grand Central Terminal. The Taste NY wine and food product store is part of Governor Cuomo's initiative to focus on New York's expanding food and beverage industry and promote agribusiness across the state.

New Bridge Street Bridge Opens in New Hamburg

The people of New Hamburg have something new to smile about. Metro-North has completed construction of the New Bridge Street Bridge in their hamlet. So, the bridge is open and with no load limit.The old bridge had a load limit of 15 tons, which prevented fire trucks, oil tankers from a nearby business and school buses from using it.

LIRR Offering Discounts for Blood Manor

A popular NYC Halloween attraction is full of tricks, but the LIRR discount is sure to be a treat. Celebrate the season of ghosts and ghouls with the Long Island Rail Road as it takes you to New York City’s biggest and scariest haunted attraction, Blood Manor.

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for October 10 - October 13

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for October 10 - October 13

Bay Ridge 2nd Graders Help Celebrate Verrazano 50th

A group of second graders from P.S. 185 in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn broke out their sketching pencils one brilliant fall morning in October for a field trip down to Shore Road in the shadow of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge to draw sketches of the 4,260-foot-long span. Thirty students from the Walter Kassenbrock P.S. 185 K-5 elementary school on Ridge Boulevard are helping MTA Bridges and Tunnels celebrate the 50th anniversary of the opening of the bridge through their artwork.

The City That Never Sleeps Gets Map Update for Late Night Subway Service

New York's night owls and visitors looking to take advantage of the City That Never Sleeps have a new tool to help them get around the city: MTA New York City Transit's new update to the popular night map for subway service.

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for October 3 - October 6

The MTA’s Weekender: The Way Around Weekend Work for October 3 - October 6

MTA LIRR Set to Construct Pedestrian Bridge Extension at Port Washington Station Over 4 Days from October 16-19

The LIRR plans to give pedestrians in Port Washington more access to the train station. The plan is to construct a temporary extension to an existing pedestrian bridge at Port Washington Station over a four-day period beginning Thursday, October 16 and finishing up on Sunday, October 19. The project will have no impact on train service.

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.