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  1. MTA encounters delay in replacing C trains

    Riders on the C train, who endure the oldest and most battered subway cars in the entire system, will have to continue to do so for longer than planned. FULL ARTICLE AT New York Daily News

  2. MTA sets fare and toll hikes at 4% for 2015

    Updated budget plans unveiled by the MTA on Monday show that a previously planned 2015 fare and toll hike of 4% will not be increased, despite rising labor costs. FULL ARTICLE AT New York Daily News

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  1. Now that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has headed off a strike by Long Island Rail Road workers, it's planning for its financial future-and trying to do it without fare ... FULL ARTICLE AT NY1.com

  2. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the largest U.S. transit system, may reduce capital spending and cut payments to its health care fund to pay projected labor costs through 2018, officials ... FULL ARTICLE AT NewYorkBusiness.com

  3. New York's MTA proposed a $14.2 billion fiscal 2015 budget and four-year financial plan that assumes an average annual increase of $260 million to labor costs stemming from ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Bond Buyer

  1. Premiered by Mistajam on BBC Radio 1, here is the second track to surface from MANT's forthcoming debut EP on MTA Records, which is set to be released later ... FULL ARTICLE AT Today's Blog Music - The Hype Machine

  2. New labor deal will cost MTA $1.5B over 4 years

    The MTA expects new labor agreements to cost the authority more than $1.5 billion between 2014 and 2018, officials said Monday. Fare hikes will stay at 4 percent in ... FULL ARTICLE AT New York Post

  3. The finance committee of New York's MTA approved a motion to issue special obligation taxable refunding bonds that would fully pay defeased bonds at their early redemption rate and ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Bond Buyer

  4. Uber offering a free ride for commuters f*cked by the G

    We’re saving this for a sweaty day : Whether you’re a weekday commuter, Greenpoint or LIC resident, or frequent neighborhood visitor, we’re sending some Uber Love your way ... FULL ARTICLE AT Free Williamsburg

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The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is a public benefit corporation responsible for public transportation in the U.S. state of New York, serving 12 counties in southeastern New York, along with 2 counties in southwestern Connecticut under contract to the Connecticut Department of Transportation, carrying over 11 million passengers on an average weekday systemwide, and over 800,000... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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