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Transit officials are working to stabilize ridership numbers as the city continues to claw its way into a post-pandemic "new normal."
Still, despite delays in rolling out some features, the MTA reported a quarter of subway and bus riders now pay for their trip with the contactless payment system.
Governor Kathy Hochul signed the legislation, which is to promote cycling and pedestrian access at bridges and stations, on Tuesday.
Subway cars, for example, the comptroller notes, should be replaced every 40 years. Currently, about 40% of the MTA’s 6,500 subway cars are over 30 years of age.
“The subway system is not a submarine, it cannot be made impervious to water,” the MTA's leader said.
Just as the 5 Boro Bike Tour returns, the MTA is dropping the permit requirement to bring bikes on Metro North and LIRR.
The MTA Inspector General released a report accusing Metro-North of not investigating tips about the man cave, which is called a fire hazard.
"The governor's policy seems less likely to make the subway safer than to raise tension and create conflict between police and riders."
There are 500,000 WorldPride MetroCards available at 19 stations.
The head of the MTA is launching an investigation into "excessive" overtime payments shelled out to transit workers, following reports that some employees are taking home hundreds of thousands of dollars in extra pay.
Transit buffs know that these 'new' stations are really a restoration of local access to a line that last saw local railroad service in the early 1930s.
Commuters would be able to shave off about 45 minutes from the current bus trip it takes now.
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