Topic : N.Y. MTA

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Judge orders N.Y. MTA to restore jobs

Bus| June 10, 2010
State Supreme Court Justice Saliann Scarpulla told the Authority to reopen 42 customer assistance booths across the subway system and return the agency's staffing to the level it was in May.

N.Y. bus drivers average 3 months paid leave for being spat upon

Bus| May 25, 2010
Statistics have been deemed "troubling" as the MTA is facing a $400M budget shortfall.
Rail| May 6, 2010

N.Y. MTA token booth clerk jobs temporarily saved

Manhattan judge issued a temporary restraining order preventing the closure of dozens of booths after union officials argued the MTA failed to follow legally required steps.
Rail| April 14, 2010

N.Y. MTA expands real-time arrival info to Brooklyn

The Public Address Customer Information Screen (PA/CIS) system is a major component of the MTA's effort to upgrade customer communications across its entire network.
Bus| February 23, 2010

N.Y. MTA to eliminate more than 1,000 positions

Plan includes cutting more than 600 represented and non-represented administrative positions. The agency also will begin the process of laying off up to 500 NYC Transit station agents.
Bus| January 26, 2010

N.Y. MTA enhances email, text alerts

The MTA plans to send out a survey to its 70,000 email and text message alert subscribers in February to ask for advice on how to improve it.
Bus| January 19, 2010

N.Y. MTA's Walder: Must make every dollar count

In a report of his first 100 days, Walder calls for greater efficiencies both within the organization and for its customers.
Bus| January 13, 2010

New York MTA's simplified Website goes live

Also announces that the leading format for sharing data, known as the Google Transit Feed Specification, will now be known as the General Transit Feed Specification, or GTFS.
Bus| October 6, 2009

Walder assumes leadership of N.Y. MTA

New chairman and CEO brings experience from London, promises 100-day action plan for moving forward with concrete goals and time lines.
Rail| September 11, 2009

N.Y. MTA unveils colorful subway station artwork

The artwork, by the late artist Sol LeWitt, consists of 250 porcelain tiles, in six colors, each cut to meet the artist's specifications.

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