Technology

MTA Brings New Buses To Staten Island

Earlier today, MTA NYC Transit along with Congressman Max Rose announced that 77 new state of the art buses will be coming to Staten Island along with a contactless fare payment system. Here is more information via the press release I received: The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and Congressman Max Rose announced today that a […]


MTA Testing Countdown Clocks On SAS

So far the MTA’s Second Avenue Subway has been a success. The stations still look to be in great shape, ridership is strong & it has helped crowding somewhat along the Lexington Avenue lines. The only thing that has been missing for the first stage is the arrival countdown clocks seen throughout many NYC Subway […]


MetroCard Machines To Undergo Software Upgrade

Earlier today, the MTA announced that its MetroCard Vending Machines will be undergoing a software upgrade this upcoming Saturday. During this time, riders will not be able to make any purchases using credit or debit cards. Here are more details courtesy of the release I received: The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is performing a major […]


MTA Testing Signal Technology

NYC Subway riders face many delays each & every day as they try to commute on the busiest transit system in the nation. The biggest culprit for delays usually revolve around signal issues that plague an antiquated system. The MTA is in the beginning phases of testing signal technology they hope will have the system […]


Countdown Clocks Come To E & G Lines

Countdown clocks are now here for the & lines. Here is more via the official press release I received: Countdown clocks at all stations on the  & lines are now live, thanks to MTA New York City Transit’s use of beacon technology as a new, innovative way to bring real time train arrival information to […]