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The Strategic Action Plan will aim to increase transit equity by improving bike, pedestrian and micro-mobility access to MTA services - making multimodal transportation more convenient.
With the subway, Metro-North Railroad and Long Island Rail Road surpassing pandemic-era records set over the past several weeks in May 2022, New York City is well on track with its post-pandemic recovery.
As part of MTA's ongoing efforts to become more bike friendly for the convenience of passengers, Metro-North Railroad has launched a pilot programme involving six secure bike parking spaces at Grand Central Terminal.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority partners with local food banks and officers from the MTA Police Department to deliver 3,947 pounds in donations from its employee-driven food drive campaign.
Metro-North Railroad customers can now turn to Google Maps to see the capacity of seats available in each car at any given moment to make informed decisions based on real-time data.
Metro-North Railroad has received the American Public Transportation Association’s 2021 Gold Award for Commuter Rail Safety for third time in six years.
MTA Metro-North Railroad's new TrainTime companion smartphone app makes it easier for customers to get their train information on-the-go.
In October 2021, ridership across New York City's subway, bus and railroad services has reached its highest number since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Elevate Transit: Zoning for Accessibility initiative will enable the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to achieve a fully accessible transit system across New York City on a faster timeline.
As of 7 September 2021, passengers travelling with bikes on the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad will no longer require a bike permit to travel.
Ferry services to resume as MTA Metro-North announces further updates to its schedule as New York’s transit network looks to continue its recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The real-time information lets passengers choose the carriages with the most open seats via an app, or digital displays at platforms.