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Eye on the Future

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Welcome to the latest MTA "Eye on the Future," in which we present currently funded capital projects that are planned to be advertised from December 2014 through December 2015.

The "Eye" is hosted along with other information and resources about the MTA Capital Program in one convenient location. It is another part of how we are improving the way we do business and we hope that you find it to be useful.

The MTA Capital Program is not only very important for the safety and reliability of the MTA transportation system; it is also vital to the regional economy. As described in this issue of the "Eye," the MTA is preparing to undertake more than $1.2 billion in capital work that spans many areas, including civil, structural, and electrical, as well as new technologies. Based on the October 2009 APTA publication on the Economic Impact of Public Transportation Investments, this amount of investment is projected to create some 30,000 jobs and generate approximately $5.1 billion in economic activity for the New York region. These projects are vital to the reliability growth and resiliency of the system and contribute to the regional economy.

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.

Yours truly,

Thomas F. Prendergast
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

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