Grand Central Terminal
The MTA says over 857,000 cubic yards of rock have been removed to create the new caverns and tunnels under Manhattan.
Back in 1956, the Dodgers and the Giants both played host on Opening Day.
As we continue our tour of spots in New York that are off limits to the general public, what better place to profile than the Grand Central Terminal, which just celebrated its centennial.
The On Time/Grand Central At 100 exhibit is located at the New York Transit Museum Gallery Annex and Store at Grand Central.
Service was expected to begin in 2009 with a price tag of $4.3 billion, according to the MTA.
New Yorkers recently said goodbye to the colorful, outspoken, and at times controversial Mayor Ed Koch; his life was recently depicted in a documentary that opened on the day that he died.
With service now running on all Metro-North Railroad lines, including the Waterbury Branch of the New Haven Line, ridership has rebounded from Monday.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority thinks there could come a day where New York, like London, has to shut down big subway stations like Grand Central because they’re just too packed with people.
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The majestic Beaux Arts building is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations and one of New York City’s most recognizable landmarks.
The celebration will include remarks from Caroline Kennedy, whose mother Jacqueline is credited with saving Grand Central from the wrecking ball. A centennial fanfare will also be performed by the West Point Brass Ensemble.
Grand Central terminal is one of the top 10 most visited attractions in the world with more than 20 million visitors each year.
You can now find out when the next subway train will arrive simply by looking at your smartphone.
Renovations have been completed at the whispering gallery in Grand Central Terminal, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced.
A jury found Adis Medunjanin guilty of all counts for his role in a terror plot that federal authorities say was one of the closest calls since Sept. 11, 2001.