Topic : N.Y. MTA

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[Video] NY MTA Enhanced Station Initiative: 53 St. Station Opening

Rail| October 18, 2017

The new 53 street Station, completed under a design-build contract, includes countdown clocks, enhanced LED lighting, WiFi connectivity, new digital displays throughout the station, wayfinding floor tiles and new handrails.

NYCT's customer service center taps tech to keeps riders informed

Technology| October 17, 2017

The facility has reconfigured its seating arrangements, installed new signage, a queuing system, integrated digital media and an On the Go Travel Station kiosk.

Rail| October 11, 2017

Design-build taking transit into the future

Design-build minimizes risk, reduces delivery time, keeps budgets in line, and mitigates funding partner concerns throughout project duration. With traditional design-bid-build, owners, designers, and contractors are segregated from design concept to final construction.

Bus| September 14, 2017

Proterra secures 3-year lease program with NY MTA

The lease program aims to evaluate the combined economic, environmental and performance benefits of deploying an all-electric bus fleet.

Government Issues| September 12, 2017

A look at the MTA's strategy to improve NYC subway service

The New York City Subway Action Plan involves upgrading track and signaling equipment, addressing water intrusion, a thorough cleaning of the entire subway, and a major upgrade in subway car maintenance that will see car inspections and repairs carried out around the clock.

Rail| September 1, 2017

[Video] A Day in the Life of NYC's Transit System in 1961: Part 2

From the New York Transit Museum archives, Daily Miracle (Part 2 of 3), is a 1961 documentary about a day in the life of NYC's transit system. Published Jan. 26, 2010

Management & Operations| August 29, 2017

[Video] A Day in the Life of NYC's Transit System in 1961: Part 1

From the New York Transit Museum archives, Daily Miracle Part 1, is a 1961 documentary about a day in the life of NYC's transit system. Published Jan. 26, 2010

Rail| August 9, 2017

NY MTA reveals lack of manpower to fix subway issues

During an oversight meeting, N.Y. MTA officials revealed that the agency needs hundreds of skilled maintenance workers to fix the outdated system.

Management & Operations| July 19, 2017

MTA chief weighs food ban on subway after track fire snarls service

A garbage fire crippled subway service along four lines for more than two hours during the peak of Monday’s morning rush hour.

Rail| July 13, 2017

[Video] N.Y. MTA's New South Ferry Station

The South Ferry Terminal Complex, which was completely destroyed by Superstorm Sandy, was completely overhauled and now features retractable flood doors at station entrances and 6,000-pound steel marine flood doors throughout the station, as well as hardening of other entry points for water including vents, manholes, hatches, conduits, and air ducts. 

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