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Press Release
September 11, 2015
IMMEDIATE
MTA NYCT ADVISORY: Normal G Line Service Restored

Normal service on the G Subway Line resumed shortly after 4:30 p.m. as MTA New York City Transit crews worked throughout the morning and afternoon to remove debris and make necessary repairs and inspections at the site of last night’s derailment.

Press Release
September 11, 2015
IMMEDIATE
MTA NYCT ADVISORY: Limited G Line Service This Weekend

As a result of last night's derailment north of the Hoyt-Schermerhorn Sts station, the following service changes will remain in effect through the weekend:

Press Release
September 11, 2015
IMMEDIATE
MTA NYCT SERVICE ADVISORY: Limited G Train Service Due to Derailment

As a result of last night's derailment north of the Hoyt-Schermerhorn Sts station, the following service changes will be in effect beginning at 6 a.m:

Press Release
September 10, 2015
IMMEDIATE
Weekend Subway Service Advisory

Customers may visit our website at www.mta.info and check out “The Weekender,” accessible by clicking “The Weekender” tab located within the Service Status Menu. The Weekender makes it easy for subway riders to visualize exactly how weekend work will affect subway service.

Press Release
September 9, 2015
IMMEDIATE
Regular Service Resumes on Queens Blvd Line, Lexington Avenue Local Line

Work to install new tracks and infrastructure have been completed on the express tracks of the Queens Boulevard Line and the local tracks of the Lexington Avenue Line in lower Manhattan, ending weeks of reduced rush hour service and slower train speeds in work zones that have affected the commutes of thousands of customers.

Regular service resumed on all lines Tuesday morning in time for the return of customers from the long holiday weekend. The work was scheduled for the last weeks of summer because it is typically one of the lowest-ridership periods during the year.

Press Release
September 6, 2015
IMMEDIATE
MTA Releases Video on Proper Use of Bicycle Racks Available Today on S53, S93 Routes

MTA New York City Transit has added bicycle racks on two Staten Island bus routes, the first time that such equipment has been made available for public use on NYC Transit. Customers can view a video on how to properly load and remove a bicycle from a rack at https://youtu.be/Hdypg1tC-TE.

Press Release
September 4, 2015
IMMEDIATE
Weekend Subway Service Advisory

Customers may visit our website at www.mta.info and check out “The Weekender,” accessible by clicking “The Weekender” tab located within the Service Status Menu. The Weekender makes it easy for subway riders to visualize exactly how weekend work will affect subway service.

Press Release
August 31, 2015
IMMEDIATE
MTA New York City Transit Introduces Bicycle Racks To Buses

Starting on Sunday, September 6, MTA New York City Transit will add bicycle racks on two Staten Island bus routes, the first time that such equipment has been made available for public use on NYC Transit.

The yearlong Bike & Ride pilot will roll out on the S53 and S93 routes, which run between Staten Island and the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn over the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. The two lines were chosen for their safe access to current and planned bicycle paths, ridership and routes, which serve a major college campus where bicycling is a popular commuting option.

Press Release
August 27, 2015
IMMEDIATE
Weekend Subway Service Advisory

Customers may visit our website at www.mta.info and check out “The Weekender,” accessible by clicking “The Weekender” tab located within the Service Status Menu. The Weekender makes it easy for subway riders to visualize exactly how weekend work will affect subway service.

Press Release
August 27, 2015
IMMEDIATE
New York City Transit’s WWII Memorial Relocated to 130 Livingston Street

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has relocated a memorial honoring World War II service members of New York City Transit to the front lobby of 130 Livingston Street in Brooklyn.

The large stone memorial features the names of 85 employees superimposed onto a world map. It was previously installed outside the main entrance at 370 Jay Street, which was the former headquarters for NYC Transit. It was dismantled earlier this year and reassembled in June at 130 Livingston Street, which currently houses several Transit departments.

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