NYC Transit Recognizes Bus Operators With New Award

MTA’s New York City Transit division has unveiled a new award to recognize bus operators who provide exemplary service. The award which is called the Govan Brown Presidential Award was presented for the first time to 4 bus operators earlier today during a ceremony held at the New York City Transit Headquarters. Here are more […]

MTA NYC Transit Renames Crew Room in Memory of Late Employee

The NYC Transit division of the MTA has just sent out a press/photo opportunity for tomorrow. The opportunity is in relation to the ceremony where they officially rename a crew room at the Astoria-Ditmars Blvd station on the & in memory of the late Michael A. Moore. Here are the details: MTA NYC Transit, in […]

Marvin Franklin’s Art Lives On….

While death brings a lot of pain & emotions, sometimes positives will rise from the ashes & give a ray of light that will beam on forever. This is definitely the case when it comes to Marvin Franklin. Marvin Franklin was one of two track workers who lost their life in a span of 5 […]

MTA Police Dedicate New Headquarters To A Fallen Officer

This past Thursday, the MTA Police dedicated its new Jamaica headquarters to fallen officer Dennis McCarney. Mr. McCarney of Hicksville was the first Long Island Railroad police officer to die in the line of duty. His unfortunate death occurred 18 years ago on March 15, 1989. He was killed while chasing a robbery suspect out […]

Riders Welcome New Long Island Railroad Service

Yesterday was a historic day for the Long Island Railroad as the day marked the agency’s first new rail service since the 1964 World’s Fair shuttle. The new service is in response to traffic congestion during the construction work on County Road 39. The service will operate weekdays from October 23, 2007 through May 22, […]