Topic : LIRR

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LIRR safety fixes 'virtually eliminated' motorists turning onto tracks

Rail| November 27, 2019

The FRA recommends other railroads review program, which uses flexible delineators at railroad crossings and enhanced GPS alerts.

LIRR begins PTC usage on 4 more rail lines

Rail| November 5, 2019

The segment of the Montauk Branch between Babylon and Patchogue received the technology in April, and the Hempstead Branch received it in August.

Management & Operations| October 22, 2019

N.Y. bus, rail systems boost ridership, increase on-time performance

Subway average weekday ridership of 5.77 million in September was up 4.5% over the prior year, and local bus ridership of 2.25 million was 1.5% over the previous year.

Rail| September 11, 2019

LIRR rolls out newest fleet of railcars

The new cars incorporate and improve upon the most successful and popular features of the MTA’s two recent electric car fleets.

Security and Safety | July 22, 2019

NYC Transit to install netting under elevated track structures

Pilot will test whether and how the material may capture potential hazards, such as loose debris, while still allowing regular inspections of the structure.

New York MTA implementing procedures to address OT pay issues

The agency’s overtime bill is reportedly $82 million more than the MTA expected to bring in from its latest fare hike.

Rail| February 6, 2019

Long Island Railroad beta testing real-time train tracker tool

Customers can see real-time positions of all trains on phone, tablet or computer and view train lengths and locations of trouble spots.

Security and Safety | January 23, 2019

New York MTA logs lowest crime rate in agency's history

MTA Police Department attributes the 20-year crime low to an important shift in its policing practices.

Rail| January 7, 2019

NJ TRANSIT taps new chief of rail operations

Raymond P. Kenny has nearly 50 years of railroad industry experience, including as former acting president of the MTA LIRR.

Management & Operations| November 13, 2018

NY MTA to buy Grand Central, Harlem, and Hudson Lines for $35M

“We had to exercise the option to purchase or remain a tenant for another 270-plus years."

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