Current Bus Chief Craig Cipriano to Become NYCT Interim President
Acting Executive Vice President of Subways Demetrius Crichlow Promoted to Senior Vice President
Brooklyn, NY – Catch all the trains you missed! Beginning Saturday, August 14th, the New York Transit Museum in Downtown Brooklyn will be open for museum visitors! After over a year of closure, the Museum is thrilled to welcome old and new friends to explore its vintage train cars and exhibits.
“The agreement reached by the White House and members of the U.S. Senate on the Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework is the critical next step toward securing unprecedented and long-needed levels of federal investment in public transportation. The Senate legislation includes funding for essential state of good repair needs and capital investment programs that will help the MTA fund its historic 2020-24 capital plan. We thank Senator Schumer for his extraordinary efforts to make this bipartisan agreement possible and for shepherding its progress through the Senate.
Outgoing MTA Chairman and CEO Patrick Foye departed MTA Headquarters for the final time as the MTA’s top official on the afternoon of Thursday, July 29. Foye has served as a senior leader at the MTA for four years and is slated to become the Interim President and CEO of Empire State Development.
Employees Recognized by Mets for Hard Work and Dedication Serving New York Throughout the Pandemic
MTA Construction & Development President Janno Lieber appeared live on NY1’s Inside City Hall with Errol Louis to discuss the future of the MTA and its part in New York’s revival.
A transcript of the interview appears below.
MTA Construction & Development President Janno Lieber joined labor leaders and contractor representatives today at the forthcoming LIRR Elmont station in Long Island to thank essential workers for their hard work in moving the project forward despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.