System Conditions

MTA Launches Phase 2 Of Track Sweeping

Just a short time ago the MTA announced the launch of Phase 2 of Operation Track Sweep. Here are the details via the official press release: The MTA today announced that it has begun Phase 2 of Operation Track Sweep, its multi-pronged plan to dramatically reduce the amount of trash on subway tracks, and in […]


MTA To Rebuild Aging Sections Along M Line

Earlier today, MTA NYC Transit announced plans to rebuild aging sections in Brooklyn & Queens along the . Here is more via the official press release I received: MTA New York City Transit is preparing to rebuild two crucial sections of the M line in Brooklyn and Queens in order to ensure that two decades-old […]


MTA Prepares For First Winter Storm

The MTA is in full preparation mode for the first winter storm of the 2015-2016 season. Here is more on their prep work: With a wintry blast that may dump as much as 12 inches of snow in parts of the metropolitan region, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is hard at work to ensure safe, reliable […]


Renovations To Start At 9 N Line Stations

Just a short time ago, MTA NYC Transit announced that major renovations will start at 9 stations as of this coming Monday. Here is more via the official press release: Beginning Monday, January 18, MTA New York City Transit will begin performing major renovations to nine stations along the Sea Beach N Line from 8 […]


No L Service Btw Man & BK For Years?

This is the very realistic question being wondered by many riders as the MTA is still feeling the wrath of Hurricane Sandy in terms of system conditions. Much like the train’s Montauge Tube, the train’s Canarsie Tube was damaged by saltwater flooding. At first estimates, it would take nearly 3 years to complete the work. […]