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MTA bus and train fares to rise Monday
Los Angeles Times
At 12:01 a.m. Monday, one-way Metro bus and rail fares will increase from $1.50 to $1.75, and monthly passes will increase from $75 to $100. At 12:01 a.m. Monday, one-way Metro bus and rail fares will increase from $1.50 to $1.75, and monthly passes ...

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New York Daily News

DONOHUE: A sneak peek inside the MTA's palatial $1.4B Fulton Center
New York Daily News
Standing at Fulton St. and Broadway one recent morning, a gentleman tilted his head back and looked up at the bright blue sky above him in lower Manhattan. ?So what?? you might ask. Well, he was standing in a subway station one floor below street level.

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MTA seeks public input on new bus lines to Dundalk, Amazon distribution center
Baltimore Sun
The MTA detailed the changes and others Monday and announced a series of public hearings scheduled for next month. The changes are being rolled out as part of the first phase of the agency's multiyear Bus Network Improvement Project, which is aimed at ...



Think Again keeping eye on MTA's actions
Seacoastonline.com
Think Again continues to pursue that goal as the MTA awaits a report by Jacobs Engineering on the feasibility of rebuilding at mile marker 7.3, the present site. Jacobs and Sebago Technics will be conducting wetland mapping at mile 7.3, MTA spokeswomen ...

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New York Times

As 'R' train reopens, MTA looks to next big projects
New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
Riders, transit workers, MTA staff, construction crews and the Governor of New York have marked the reunion of the 'R' train between Brooklyn and Manhattan. It was closed for 13 months to be repaired and reinforced after Superstorm Sandy. The Montague ...
Cuomo on the MTA's 'generational challenge'Capital New York
R train service returns between lower Manhattan and Brooklyn after Sandy repairsNewsday
Montague tunnel repairs completed, R train resumes MondayBrooklyn Daily Eagle
amNY -CBS Local -RailwayAge Magazine
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MTA seeks public input on new bus lines to Dundalk, Amazon distribution center
Series of hearings scheduled for next month The Maryland Transit Administration is seeking public input on changes to its bus system in Baltimore and the surrounding suburbs, including two new routes connecting Dundalk with downtown and serving the new Amazon distribution center on Broening Highway.

Councilman asks to drop Verrazano toll for 50th anniversary
A Brooklyn councilman is calling on the MTA to drop its ?exorbitant? $15 toll to drive into Staten Island ? at least for a day ? to celebrate the Verrazano-Narrows...

MTA Fares Rise
One-way fares on buses and trains operated by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority increased at midnight today from $1.50 to $1.75, KTLA reports. Monthly passes increased from $75 to $100.

Think Again keeping eye on MTA's actions
YORK, Maine ? Think Again is keeping a close watch on the Maine Turnpike Authority as the engineer hired by the MTA completes a study of the feasibility of rebuilding the York toll plaza at its current location.

MTA station agent busted after rider catches him masturbating
A veteran MTA station agent was busted in Queens after a rider caught him pleasuring himself in the subway booth, officials said. Harold Sisselman, 51, was allegedly spotted in the...

As ?R? train reopens, MTA looks to next big projects
NEW YORK (PIX11) ? It?s back. Riders, transit workers, MTA staff, construction crews and the Governor of New York have marked the reunion of the ?R? train between Brooklyn and Manhattan. It was closed for 13 months to be repaired and reinforced after Superstorm Sandy. The Montague Tunnel ?R? project was scheduled to be done [?]

MTA bus kills woman crossing street
An MTA bus struck and killed a woman crossing the street in Queens, cops said Thursday. Melania Ward, 55, was crossing Astoria Boulevard around 10 p.m. Wednesday in Jackson Heights...

MTA Says No to Free Verrazano Birthday Toll
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has shot down a proposed free toll on the Verrazano Bridge to mark the span's 50th anniversary.

MTA gives $150M in raises to non-union workers
More than 8,000 non-union MTA workers will receive $150 million in raises, a memo obtained by The Post revealed. The employees ? who include managers, secretaries and planners ? get...

R train tunnel reopens after year-long closure
Brooklynites got relief Monday when the R-train tunnel to lower Manhattan opened after a 13-month shutdown, the longest any MTA tube has ever been closed, officials said. The first R...