The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) today announced that the New York City Subway, Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad have reached pandemic ridership records, with 2,239,500 trips on the New York City Subway (including 3,823 on the Staten Island Railway), 101,600 LIRR, and 83,100 Metro-North trips recorded on Friday, May 7. New York City Buses reached a pandemic high one day earlier, on Thursday, May 6, of 1,245,629.
Repairing tunnels damaged by Hurricane Sandy would have a ripple effect on other projects in New York.
MTA reports that more “straphangers” are returning to the New York City subway.
President of MTA Construction & Development Janno Lieber today announced that work to repair the F line’s tunnel under the East River has been completed, on time and on budget.
More Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) subway trains are on schedule, and that has to do with a massive effort to replace train signals.
Ambitious capital plan of New York’s MTA is now back on track thanks to federal relief MTA launches safety investigation after LIRR third track electrocution Washington Metro puts workers in danger during
The accident that left a worker in serious condition on the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) third track expansion project has led to an investigation on safety practices.
An ironworker involved in the Long Island Rail Road’s (LIRR) third track expansion project was electrocuted on March 14 and is in critical condition.
The Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) is trying to figure out what happened when a building partially collapsed onto another building and trapped workers.
New York’s “transit desert” could get a line that leads to the great oasis.