#TakeTheTrain, #TakeTheBus PSA to Be Shown Before Screenings 

 

Festival First Major North American Film Festival Held In-Person Since Start of Pandemic 

 

View the Campaign PSA 

 

Subway Ridership Surpasses 2.38 Million on June 9

 

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) today announced that the New York City Subway carried more than 2.38 million customers yesterday, the highest number since the COVID-19 pandemic began in March 2020.  The milestone extending a string of previous records set within recent weeks: 2.35 million riders on May 27, 2.27 million on May 14, and 2.24 million on May 7.

Feinberg Would Be First Woman to Serve as MTA Board Chair After Leading NYC Transit Through COVID-19 Pandemic  

 

Lieber Will Serve as CEO and Continue to Lead Historic $51.5 Billion Capital Plan While Advancing New York and Region's Economic Revival 

 

Track Renewal Project on 6 Av Line and Signal Modernization Work Along 8 Av  Line Paired to Minimize Service Disruptions, Future Outages in Area  

 

Service Changes to Accommodate Project Work Begins on Weeknights Starting June 14; Weekend Work Begins July 2   

 

See Maps of Service Changes  

 

Longstanding and Highly Popular Program, on Hold During Pandemic, Returns After More Than 14 Month Hiatus

     

At Least 15 Acts Resume Performing Beginning Today; More Expected To Follow In Coming Weeks    

 

See Video Of Musicians Playing 

 

Extra “Yankee Clipper Trains to the Game” will Run Before and After Games on the New Haven and Hudson Lines 

 

Metro-North Trains will Run at the Same Time Friday, Saturday and Sunday 

 

Long Island Rail Road Providing Trains Throughout the Day Directly to Belmont Park 

 

It’s Just 35 Minutes from Penn Station to Belmont Park on the LIRR; Connection at Jamaica for Trains from Brooklyn and Long Island