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November 5, 2013

N.Y. MTA officials arrest 2 in ticket vending scam

Seized evidence includes thousands of debit and credit card numbers of Nassau, Queens and Westchester residents, many of which come from compromised TVMs.


October 31, 2013

Long Island Rail opens renovated, enhanced station

As a part of the project, workers have installed two new heavy-duty elevators, one each serving the eastbound and westbound platforms.


October 24, 2013

N.Y. MTA marks Jamaica Station's 100th anniversary

The station opened for business in 1913 as was part of newly elevated right-of-way in Jamaica that did away with street level grade crossings for the first time.


May 15, 2013

LIRR adds auto queuing system at Penn Station

The new system just recently became operational and immediately proved its value, speeding up the sales process and making clear to customers which of 12 ticket windows were open for business.


January 28, 2013

LIRR takes steps to curb employee thefts

Steps include increasing video surveillance, vehicle tracking and restricting employee parking.


October 17, 2012

LIRR unveils new train wash facility

The new train wash facility is located east of the Babylon LIRR Station, situated between the Babylon Village golf course and the LIRR tracks leading to the Babylon Train Yard.


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