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Lear Jet In Trouble Over NJ Lands Safely At Stewart Airport

Southwest Dutchess Daily Voice

A Lear jet that had problems with the nose landing gear diverted safely from New Jersey to Stewart Airport in Orange County late Thursday morning, authorities said. 161 more words

Metropolitan Transportation Authority

MTA To Upgrade MetroCard Machines This Saturday

The MTA will be upgrading MetroCard machines on Saturday.

That means commuters will only be able to use cash starting at midnight through 6 a.m. Saturday. 74 more words

New York City

Regional Plan Association rail overhaul dead without Gateway Project


The Regional Plan Association’s massive overhaul plan of the area’s commuter rail system is stillborn without the $13 billion Gateway Project, the organization says. 99 more words

Public Transit

'The Plan Is Not Set In Stone...but It's a Good Plan,' the City Said of L Train Shutdown Mitigation

Bushwick Daily

The MTA hosted the first of four open forums on the L train shutdown Wednesday night at a high school in East Williamsburg, addressing the public’s questions and concerns about that nasty L train shutdown in the not-so-distant future. 200 more words

New York City

MTA Chairman Says Pilot Program Transit Pass For LIRR, Subway & Bus Riders Coming Soon


The MTA promises a combined LIRR-MetroCard ticket for Southeast Queens commuters is coming soon.

The long-awaited transit pass will allow riders to buy one-way, weekly or monthly passes for both the LIRR and the city’s bus and subway systems. 153 more words

Metropolitan Transportation Authority

City-Appointed MTA Board Members Block State Subway Improvement Plan

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — In another quarrel between Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo, city representatives on the state-controlled Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board blocked Cuomo’s state improvement initiative. 138 more words


Stringer: MTA Access-A-Ride Complaint System Is Broken

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — An audit released Sunday by city Comptroller Scott Stringer documented what were termed “bureaucratic breakdowns” in the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Access-A-Ride service. 485 more words