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If you plan to leave the Bronx this weekend, consider making the journey to the 4 train. That's because, once again, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is shutting down train service between 96th Street and Van Cortlandt Park-242nd Street because of track and switch maintenance near 137th Street. more
For the second time in less than a month — and at least the third time this spring — uptown 1 trains will make their last stop at 96th Street, leaving everything north of it without a subway. more
Delays and service interruptions have become all-too-common with all of the construction and upgrade work taking place on tracks and stations. Now the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is trying to make it easier for commuters to figure out exactly what they can expect when they arrive for the train. more
Getting in and out of this part of the Bronx will not be easy this weekend as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is completely shutting down the 1 train north of 96th Street. more
The 19-month Henry Hudson Bridge restoration project is about to enter its 20th month, and with it comes more closures and detours. more
Jeffrey Dinowitz pulled off a feat no other lawmaker since before World War II could accomplish — he eliminated tolls for Bronx drivers on the Henry Hudson Bridge. more
If you live in the Bronx and have an E-ZPass, it’s about to get a whole lot cheaper crossing the Henry Hudson Bridge. Free, in fact. more
Charles Moerdler’s official days fighting for Bronx commuters’ transit needs have come to an end. He’s no longer on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority board. more
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