Topic : New York City Transit

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New York MTA doubles sanitizing efforts across entire system

Security and Safety | March 11, 2020

The MTA continues to work around the clock with the CDC, DOH and other agencies, and has already taken a number of steps to provide information about the virus to employees and customers.

NYCT seeks to buy up to 949 open-gangway subway cars

Rail| February 25, 2020

Agency is planning a base order of 504 new cars, which will be identified as the R262 class, with the option of 445 additional cars.

Rail| January 28, 2020

Bombardier's N.Y. subway cars returned to service after door issues

The cars had been removed from service after two isolated incidents related to the door mechanisms.

Management & Operations| January 23, 2020

New York City Transit chief Byford resigns

Byford also submitted his resignation to the MTA in October, citing frustration with interference from Governor Cuomo.

Zero Emissions| December 16, 2019

All-electric articulated buses hit New York City streets

The vehicles are the first of approximately 500 electric buses that will be purchased as part of the historic 2020-2024 Capital Plan.

Management & Operations| November 18, 2019

NY MTA 2020 budget, financial plan projected to save $1.6 billion

Proposal also includes $253 million in higher farebox revenue than projected in the July plan due to increased ridership across system.

Bus| November 1, 2019

New York City Transit expands bus lane enforcement program

ABLE forward-facing cameras captures evidence of vehicles obstructing bus lanes to document bus lane violations.

Mobility| October 14, 2019

Mobility in Context: New York City

As the MTA’s largest-ever capital plan, the agency hopes to make over $40 billion in capital investments in New York City Transit.

Management & Operations| October 14, 2019

Q&A: NYCT chief reflects on career, current initiatives

Andy Byford was appointed president of the agency, the largest in North America, with almost 8 million daily riders, in January 2018

Rail| October 9, 2019

N.Y. MTA report finds subway can speed up by as much as 50%

An agency task force initiated a study that would lead to faster trains while prioritizing customer and employee safety.

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