Pride Month commemorative MetroCard. (Marc A. Hermann / MTA) 50,000 Pride-Themed MetroCards are Available at Select Stations  50 Subway Cars on 1, A, L and 7 lines, 50 Metro-North Trains, 50 LIRR Trains, 50 Bridges & Tunnels Trucks Adorned with Pride Decals  NYC Transit Participating in NYC Pride March with Large Contingent; TransitContinue Reading

Photos: NYC Parks / Daniel Avila A two-borough celebration is held for NYC’s oldest standing bridge On June 6, NYC Parks Commissioner Sue Donoghue joined NYC Department of Transportation Commissioner Ydanis Rodriguez, NYC Department of Design and Construction First Deputy Commissioner Eric Macfarlane, Bronx Borough President Vanessa L. Gibson, Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine, Council Member CarmenContinue Reading

Metro-North Riders Can Use Grand Central Madison to Get to Long Island Beaches MTA Away Presents Discounted Beach Packages and Escorted Tours MTA Long Island Rail Road Interim President and Metro-North Railroad President Catherine Rinaldi was joined by elected officials, Long Beach municipal leaders and lifeguards on the Long BeachContinue Reading

As Summer Arrives, Record Numbers of New Yorkers are Expected to Ride NYC Ferry, and this Schedule Provides More Capacity so More New Yorkers can Enjoy the Ride NYC Ferry Summer & Holiday Schedule changes are in effect now NYC Ferry Continues Ferry Forward Plan to Make the Ferry SystemContinue Reading

Pride March, West Village, Manhattan, NYC New York City Tourism + Conventions, the official destination marketing organization and convention and visitors bureau for the five boroughs, is pleased to highlight product updates for visitors and delegates.  MAJOR INVESTMENTS Transportation Developments HOTELS ARTS & CULTURE Anniversaries, Expansions & Openings. Cultural ExhibitionsContinue Reading

Photo: Marc A. Hermann / MTA Two New Escalators and One Elevator Provide First Direct Connection Between Long Island Rail Road Concourse and Metro-North Railroad’s Main Level at Grand Central Terminal  The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) today unveiled two escalators and one elevator connecting Grand Central Madison’s Long Island RailContinue Reading