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Press Release
November 5, 2008
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MTA New York City Transit Wins Top Award in Peak Load Management Program (Electricity)
MTA New York City Transit won the top award and a check for $524,000 in energy savings in this year's New York Power Authority's "Peak Load Management Program" at an awards ceremony held late last month.
Press Release
October 31, 2008
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Riders Asked to Rate D Line in Second Round of MTA New York City Transit Rider Report Cards
In our continuing effort to solicit feedback from our customers, MTA New York City Transit is again distributing Rider Report Cards throughout the system. Riders on the D are next in line of NYC Transit's over five million daily subway customers asked to rate the progress of their line since the initial round of report cards was distributed in July 2007.
Press Release
October 29, 2008
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SERVICE ADVISORY: MTA NYC Transit Adds Bus Stop to Q83 Limited Route
Officials of MTA New York City Transit today announced that a bus stop is being added to the Q83 Ltd route effective Monday, November 3, 2008 as a result of requests from customers.

In an effort to better serve our customers, the Q83 Ltd-stop buses will begin stopping at Liberty Avenue-177th Street. In the 113th Drive/227th Street-bound direction, the stop will be on Liberty Avenue at the near side of 177th Street, while in the 153rd Street/Hillside Avenue-bound direction the stop is on Liberty Avenue at the far side of 177th Street.

Press Release
October 29, 2008
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MTA New York City Transit Unveils 2008 NYC Marathon Guide
MTA New York City Transit has released a comprehensive guide to the 2008 ING NYC Marathon, to be held on Sunday, November 2. The three-paneled fold out Marathon Subway Guide features a full subway map that highlights all official marathon viewing locations, pre and post-race events, and the pick-up points for buses shuttling runners to the starting point in Staten Island.
Press Release
October 29, 2008
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MTA New York City Transit Recognizes Bus Operators for Exemplary Service with New Award
Piloting a 13-ton, 40 foot vehicle through New York City traffic for eight to ten hours a day while transporting a variety of personalities would not ordinarily be conducive to maintaining a pleasant demeanor, but during his career with New York City Transit retired bus operator Govan Brown was well known for maintaining a cheerful and engaging disposition that belied the daily grind of an extremely demanding job.
Press Release
October 29, 2008
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SERVICE ADVISORY Delays to Subway and Bus Service at Flushing-Main Street
The aftermath of a building fire in Downtown Flushing will continue to cause transit problems on area buses through this evening's rush period. Subway service on the 7 Flushing Line will also be subject to delays due to Fire Department of New York activity in the area.


Q44 (Northbound)-regular route via Main Street, left on Sandford, right on College Point Boulevard, right on Roosevelt Avenue, left on Prince, left on 38th Avenue, left on Main Street, right on Northern Boulevard, left on Union then regular.


Press Release
October 27, 2008
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MTA NYC Transit Introduces First Group of Subway Line Managers
Nearly a year ago, MTA New York City Transit announced the creation of the Line General Manager program—an ambitious pilot endeavor aimed at improving subway service by putting the responsibility for individual lines into the hands of transit professionals who are ready, willing and able to tackle problems, address customer concerns and take a hands-on approach to running their own railroads.
Press Release
October 27, 2008
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Riders Asked to Rate M Line in Second Round of MTA New York City Transit Rider Report Cards
In our continuing effort to solicit feedback from our customers, MTA New York City Transit is again distributing Rider Report Cards throughout the system. Riders on the M are next in line of NYC Transit's over five million daily subway customers asked to rate the progress of their line since the initial round of report cards was distributed in July 2007.
Press Release
October 23, 2008
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MTA New York City Transit Renames Crew Room In Memory of the Late Michael Moore, Train Operator

MTA New York City Transit officials today renamed a crew room in the Astoria-Ditmars Blvd. station in memory of the late Michael A. Moore, a veteran train operator/conductor on the N line. The dedication came at the urging of more than a thousand of his colleagues as a tribute to his public service.

Press Release
October 17, 2008
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Riders Asked to Rate 5 Line In Second Round of MTA New York City Transit Rider Report Cards
In our continuing effort to solicit feedback from our customers, MTA New York City Transit is again distributing Rider Report Cards throughout the system. Riders on the 5 are next in line of NYC Transit's over five million daily subway customers asked to rate the progress of their line since the initial round of report cards was distributed in July 2007.

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