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Resilience: The Untold Story

NJ dinosaurs prove to be among one of the most resilient communities affected by Sandy. On the other hand, 35,000 people have train service again, thanks to the determination of the MTA.

MTA to roll out interactive subway maps

By the end of the year, the MTA has announced it will install interactive, touch-screen maps for helping travelers and commuters navigate the city’s latticework…

New safety feature could soon improve your commute

The goal of any public transit administration is to increase ridership without jeopardizing safety and efficiency. The question is whether the installation of these doors will improve this….and the overall outlook for the MTA.

New York’s hidden green secret

A talk on Earth Day pulled back the curtain on something we thought we all knew: the MTA. Almost as inherent to MTA city travel as the sound of screeching brakes is the griping and groaning we do while on board.

Vote For Best New MTA App

What’s the most useful transit-related app out there? The MTA needs your help to find out. Voting continues through 5 PM Wednesday 1/11 for the best…

Tapping the Tappan Zee for Wind, Arts for Transit Director Speaks Out, and Outdoor Restaurant Seating on West Eighth

Tapping the Tappan Zee Bridge for Wind Power – really cool idea. Urban Omnibus has an extended interview with the MTA’s Art for Transit Director. Gothamist reports on a neighborhood plan for West Eighth Street that hinges on outdoor restaurant seating.