Archive for October, 2017

MTA Statement On Subway Homeless Issue

Most of us living in & around NYC know how clueless Mayor Bill de Blasio is based on his countless actions during his term. This continues to be the case when he tried to steer the blame for the NYC Subway homeless issue on the MTA even though handling it is out of their control. […]

MTA Starts Seasonal Fight Against Leaves

The MTA has announced the beginning of their seasonal fight against leaves. Here is more via the press release I was sent: Autumn may be a time of natural beauty for our region, as green foliage gives way to hues of yellow, orange and red. But for the region’s railroads, colorful leaves signal a return […]

Metro North To Make Upper Harlem Line Improvements

The MTA Metro-North Railroad has announced it will be making improvements along the upper portion of the Harlem Line this weekend. Here is more via the official press release I received: MTA Metro-North Railroad today announced that crews will perform critical work between Wassaic and Southeast this weekend, October 20-22. Metro-North crews are renewing the […]

Metro North Increases Service At Melrose & Tremont

Metro-North riders at the Melrose & Tremont stations can rejoice as the agency has announced an increase in service. Here is more via the official press release I received: The MTA advises customers that Metro-North Railroad’s new October 8 schedule includes permanently increased service levels at the Melrose and Tremont stations on the Harlem Line. […]

LIRR To Replace Post Avenue Bridge

The MTA Long Island Railroad will be replacing the Post Avenue Bridge this weekend. Due to this work, buses will substitute for trains between Mineola & Hicksville along with other service changes. Here are the complete details via the press release I received: During the weekend of October 21-22, workers using cranes and a movable […]