The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) today announced a series of subway service changes for November and December on the F and G lines in Brooklyn.
Initial take on historic infrastructure bill: President Biden loosened grip on climate and dollars will not flow for months
The House of Representatives passed a historic $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill late in the night on Nov. 5.
ACEC New York presents 54th annual Engineering Excellence Awards in hybrid live and virtual ceremony
Engineering excellence was recognized in New York earlier this week.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced that Siu Ling Ko has assumed the role of Vice President and Chief Mechanical Officer of Subway Car Equipment, the division of New York City Transit responsible for maintaining and overhauling the agency’s fleet of subway cars and track maintenance vehicles.
MTA Metro-North Railroad announces post-Ida service restorations on Harlem and New Haven Lines for Sept. 3
Following up on yesterday’s story about heavy rain and flooding in the northeast and New York City, MTA has announced some service restorations on Metro-North.
Gov. Kathy Hochul reacted to her first major event after having been in office for a week.
MTA New York City Transit announced service changes that will affect D train travelers in southern Brooklyn as the agency continues to fortify and enhance the Coney Island Yard complex.
MTA has completed the Third Avenue bridge renewal project in Mt. Vernon.
Acting MTA Chairman and CEO Janno Lieber recently announced his intention to appoint Craig Cipriano as the next Interim President of New York City Transit. Additionally, current Interim President Sarah Feinberg has promoted Demetrius Crichlow to serve as Senior Vice President of NYCT’s Department of Subways.
From a financial point of view, the MTA can breathe a sigh of relief.