The Metropolitan Transportation Authority, on behalf of MTA New York City Transit and its subsidiaries; MTA Long Island Rail Road; MTA Metro-North Railroad; MTA Construction and Development; and MTA Bus Company (collectively “MTA”), will hold a public hearing to solicit comments on MTA’s federal grant proposals for Federal Fiscal Year 2023. The hearing will be held in a hybrid format with options to participate in-person, as well as virtually via Zoom’s online platform and conference call feature, with a livestream available on this website.
The MTA receives federal funds pursuant to the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) of the U.S. Department of Transportation Section 5307, Sections 5309, 5337 and 5339 of Title 49, United States Code, 5300 et seq. (the Code), Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (surface transportation act and other federal appropriations). The Governor of the State of New York, local officials, and publicly owned operators of mass transportation services have designated the MTA to receive such grants.
View the complete MTA program of projects
MTA Capital Projects FY 2023
Public hearing format
This will be a hybrid hearing with in-person participation as well as via Zoom’s online platform and conference call feature, with a livestream available on the MTA 2023 Capital Projects hearing website. Those interested in speaking must pre-register to speak at the public hearing. Each registered speaker will have three (3) minutes to speak.
To pre-register to speak at the meeting, click here.
To provide online comments regarding the 2023 Capital Projects hearing, click here.
Joining the public hearing
If you are registered to speak, you may join the Zoom webinar either online, in-person or by phone following these instructions:
Join Zoom Webinar Online: To access the Zoom webinar online click here.
Join by PC/Tablet/Smartphone: Join Link Webinar ID: 853 9187 8448
Join Zoom Webinar by Telephone: To access the Zoom webinar by telephone, please call 1-877-853-5247 (toll-free). Then enter Webinar ID: 853 9187 8448, followed by the pound (#) sign.