Station accessibility projects
As part of our long-term commitment to systemwide accessibility, we are investing nearly $6 billion in station accessibility in the 2020-2024 Capital Program, to make 70 stations newly ADA accessible and modernize an additional 78 subway elevators.
Transitioning to a zero-emission bus fleet
As part of our commitment to sustainability, the MTA will replace and transform its entire bus fleet with zero-emissions vehicles by 2040. This will reduce our carbon emissions, help slow climate change, and serve as a model for other diesel fleet operators.
East Side Access
East Side Access is the MTA’s largest capital project. The finished project will provide Long Island Rail Road riders with 40 miles of new tracks and a brand-new terminal beneath Grand Central.
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Improving accessibility at 68 St-Hunter College
MTA Construction and Development has proposed to improvements to the 68 St-Hunter College station, located at Lexington Avenue and East 68th Street in Manhattan.
Park Avenue Viaduct
Metro-North and MTA Construction & Development will repair and replace portions of the Park Avenue Viaduct between 115th and 131st Streets. A more resilient viaduct will help us keep the public safe and provide reliable Metro-North train service.
Penn Station Reconstruction
A commuter-first plan to transform Penn Station into a first-class transit hub that better serves passengers with more space, new retail and amenities, and improved accessibility options.
Second Avenue Subway, phase 2
Building on the success of Phase 1 of the Second Avenue Subway, which opened on January 1, 2017, Phase 2 is currently underway with teams advancing preliminary design and engineering.