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MTA Capital Construction

MTA Capital Construction President Michael Horodniceanu.
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MTA Capital Program: An Introduction, Metropolitan Transportation Authority; July 25, 2011; 1:53 YouTube video clip
MTA Capital Program: Building for the Future, Metropolitan Transportation Authority; July 25, 2011; 2:09 YouTube video clip
MTA Capital Program: Service Reliability, Metropolitan Transportation Authority; July 25, 2011; 2:02 YouTube video clip
MTA Capital Program: Economic Benefits, Metropolitan Transportation Authority; July 26, 2011; 1:47 YouTube video clip

MTA Capital Construction was formed in July 2003 to manage major capital projects for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in the New York metropolitan area. It mainly focuses on improving transportation infrastructure and facilities in New York City, the Hudson Valley, and Long Island areas. Funding primarily comes from local, state, and national bond sales and budgets.[1]

Projects being built under MTA Capital Construction include the East Side Access and Second Avenue Subway. The Fulton Center was completed in November 2014 under MTA Capital Construction,[2] and the 7 Subway Extension was completed in September 2015.[3][4] Remaining projects include the third track on the Main Line on the Long Island Rail Road between Floral Park and Mineola, and the second track from Bethpage to Ronkonkoma on the same line.

See also


  1. ^ About MTA CC
  2. ^
  3. ^ Fitzsimmons, Emma G. (September 10, 2015). "Subway Station for 7 Line Opens on Far West Side". The New York Times. Retrieved September 13, 2015. 
  4. ^ Tangel, Andrew (September 13, 2015). "New Subway Station Opens on NYC’s Far West Side". WSJ. Retrieved September 13, 2015. 

External links

  • Official website
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