NEW YORK CITY – The MTA will start track replacement and other refurbishments along its F line starting next weekend.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Metro-North announced a girder buckled on the Bronx River Parkway overpass when crews were performing maintenance work.
NEW YORK CITY – The MTA announces the installation of elevators with security systems at two of its stations, one in Brooklyn and one in Manhattan.
NEW YORK CITY – Metro-North Railroad re-opens between Albany and New York City after severe weather and subsequent track repair.
CROTON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. – After a series of severe storms, Metro-North Railroad announced service changes on its Hudson Line.
NEW YORK CITY – MTA continues its Re-NEW-vation program with improvements made to its Myrtle-Wyckoff AVS Station.
LONG ISLAND – The Metropolitan Transportation Authority released a report detailing LIRR’s excessive work hours and the risk of worker fatigue.
LONG ISLAND – LIRR ridership sets a post-pandemic record.
In an MTA Press Release, it has announced a contract with Laser Precision Solutions for the use of laser-equipped trains to reduce fallen leaves on railway tracks.
MTA announced the completion of renovations at the Far Rockaway-Mott AV subway station in Queens.
NYMTA Transit Tech Lab Releases Results of Operational Efficiency, Human Capital Utilization Challenges
The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority/Partnership for NYC Transit Tech Lab on May 9 reported the results of its Operational Efficiency and Human Capital Utilization challenges, in which 15 companies have been selected to collaborate with regional transit agencies and test technologies, such as AI (artificial intelligence), LiDAR and edge computing, to “mitigate service disruptions, automate operations and combat workforce shortages.”
New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) officials on Feb. 2 celebrated the 110th anniversary of Grand Central Terminal, just days after it became the expanded house of the two busiest commuter railroads in the country, Metro-North Railroad and Long Island Rail Road (LIRR).
New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has selected Skanska, a New York-based construction and development firm, to make circulation improvements at Grand Central-42nd Street Terminal, which serves MTA Metro-North Railroad and MTA
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced Dec. 21 that it has approved its 2023 budget and four-year financial plan; is taking action to reduce costs of capital projects, including Second Avenue Subway and the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) Third Track; and is awarding a $382 million contract for the Metro-North Park Avenue Viaduct rehabilitation project.
NEW YORK, N.Y. – The Long Island Railroad, part of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), has announced that work crews have completed an extension of track east of Great Neck that will ensure greater service reliability on the Port Washington Branch with the projected service increase associated with the opening of MTA’s new Grand Central Madison station.
The MTA will definitely be working on the railroad this weekend.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) announced that Denton Avenue and Tanners Pond Road in Garden City have reopened to vehicular traffic.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced maintenance, cleaning, and repair work will be performed along the G line on weeknights beginning Monday, June 20, and concluding on Friday, July 8.
MTA announced that crews will begin the final phase of a multi-phase project, replacing approximately 2.4 miles of track on the J and Z lines between the 121 St and Jamaica Center-Parsons/Archer stations in Queens.
MTA Chair and CEO Janno Lieber announced that crews have completed putting in place a new bridge carrying the Long Island Rail Road main line over Denton Avenue/Tanners Pond Road in Garden City.