Nearly $30 Million in Service Investments to be Made
NEW YORK — Metro Transit Authority chairman Joseph Lohta announced an investment of nearly $30 million in new mass transit services for the Long Island Rail Road at a press conference on Thursday. After more than $90 million in service cuts to manage a bloated budget two years ago, the new investments will mean shorter waiting times for riders.
For a full rundown of service investments and a planned toll and fare increase in 2013, visit our 'As Seen on FiOS1' blog.
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