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Eye on the Future

Welcome to the MTA's Eye on the Future Report

This edition of the MTA "Eye on the Future" presents capital projects that are planned to be advertised from March 2020 through February 2021. Reflecting recent state legislation, the MTA will be pursuing more Design-Build projects. In addition, MTA has proposed a new Capital Program for the 2020-2024 period. It has been approved only for the MTA Bridges and Tunnels, but not yet for the other MTA agencies. Some of the proposed projects are included in the “Eye”.

The "Eye" is hosted along with other information and resources about the MTA Capital Program in one convenient location. It is part of our commitment to improve business practices and we hope that it is useful to you.

The MTA Capital Program is very important for the safety and reliability of the MTA transportation system and is vital for the regional economy.

As described in this issue of the "Eye," the MTA is preparing to undertake 128 projects valued at approximately $442.07 million in capital work. This work spans many areas, including civil, structural, and electrical, as well as new technologies. Pending approval of the 2020-2024 program, the “Eye” will be updated accordingly.

These projects are crucial for the reliability, growth and resiliency of the system and contribute to the regional economy. This amount of investment is projected to generate approximately $778.12 million in economic activity for the New York region.

We want to make sure you’re aware of our web-portal: MyMTA.info. This portal enables MTA suppliers and bidders to search procurement opportunities and information across all MTA agencies, respond to sourcing events online, select categories for the goods and services you sell and more.

Contractors and suppliers have a critical stake in the success of the Capital Program. We appreciate your interest in and support of the projects included in this issue of the "Eye," and we look forward to your participation.

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