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MTH 30-20254-3 Metropolitan Transportation Authority - R-26 2-Car Subway Add-On Non Powered Set Features Durable ABS Intricately Detailed Bodies Metal Wheels and Axles Overhead Interior Lighting Die-Cast 4-Wheel Trucks Operating Die-Cast Metal Couplers Authentic Paint Scheme Detailed Car Interiors Stamped Metal Floors Detailed Car Undercarriage Unit Measures:27 x 2 1/2 x 3 3/8 Operates On O-31 Curves

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(3/3) The line eventually will run 8.5 miles under Second Avenue from Harlem to the Financial District. New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority says the first phase, from 57th Street to 96th Street, will open in 2016, after nine years and some $4.45 billion. (📷 Metropolitan Transportation Authority/Flickr)

Metropolitan Transportation Authority is Considering Articulated Trains for NYC Subway

Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials might consider articulated train cars — those with no doors between cars, allowing the unrestricted flow of passengers — for the New York City subway.

A train may have derailed during Wednesday morning rush hour in New York, the city's fire department said.At least 76 people suffered injuries, the fire department said.The cause of the incident, on Long Island Rail Road Track 6 in Brooklyn, was not immediately clear. Fire officials deferred additional questions to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which did not immediately respond to CNN's questions about the cause.

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Provided by Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York shows a boat resting on the tracks at Metro-North's Ossining Station in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy on Tuesday Oct. 30 2012 in Ossining N.Y. Sandy the storm which was downgraded from a hurricane just before making landfall, caused multiple fatalities halted mass transit and cut power to more than 6 million homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York) MANDATORY…

Nicholas Rowley and Courtney Rowley of Beverly Hills-based personal injury law firm Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley teamed with Cortney Shegerian of Shegerian & Associates, Inc., a Santa Monica-based litigation law firm, to convince a California state jury to hold the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) liable for more than $8.35 million in damages in a lawsuit filed by the family of a man who died after being rear-ended by an MTA vehicle.

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Winter storm hits the Northeast

Commuters wait on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority platform for a train in heavy snow in Queens

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(2/3) For New Yorkers, the Second Avenue Subway is something of a punchline, an accepted local synonym for “when pigs fly.” It’s easy to see why: City officials have been talking about a second line on Manhattan’s East Side since the 1920s, and the construction has been delayed so many times that former man-in-charge Michael Bloomberg says he’s got a 50-50 shot at living to see it open (he’s 72). (📷 Metropolitan Transportation Authority/Flickr)