The relationship between the workers and the MTA is no better now than it was then.
The first phase of the 2nd Avenue subway project is expected to last until 2016.
MTA Chairman Jay Walder played damage control Tuesday and said despite a recent Inspector General’s report, subway riders shouldn’t be worried.
October 27 is T Day.
The MTA plans to eventually install flat-screen monitors throughout the entire subway system that would display service information.
It’s an unlucky Friday the 13th for nearly 200 MTA workers who were laid off Friday as the agency tightens its budget belt and forced to hand everything back: badges, uniforms, and jobs.
Demonstrators protested outside MTA headquarters Wednesday demanding that the Authority’s top gun, Jay Walder, be laid off.