MTA Capital Improvement Projects
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) will hold a public hearing to solicit comments regarding the proposed Program of Projects for the remainder of Federal Fiscal Year 2015 and for Federal Fiscal Year 2016 utilizing grant funds from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA).
Date and Place of Hearing
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Starting at 4:30 p.m. Metropolitan Transportation Authority Headquarters
William J. Ronan Board Room, 20th Floor
New York, NY 10004
By Subway: to Bowling Green; to Whitehall; or to South Ferry or Rector Street
By Bus: M5, M15 (Local or SBS), M20, X1, or X10
By Ferry: Staten Island Ferry to Whitehall Terminal
Use for specific directions, including express bus routes.
For more information or to receive a copy of the complete MTA Program of Projects, to register to speak, or to submit written comments, contact:MTA Capital Program Funding & Grant Management
New York, NY 10004
Or, call (212) 878-7127
The complete list of projects eligible for funding under this proposal is available for public inspection during regular business hours at a location in each county in the MTA service region. For information on the public viewing locations, or to receive the list of projects, contact the MTA at the address or phone number listed above. The information is also available on the MTA website at www.mta.info. The MTA will also make the final Program of Projects available on its website (www.mta.info) for Section 5307 funded projects when the FTA awards next fiscal year's grant.
Those wishing to be heard must register in advance either by telephone or in person at the hearing. Registration in person is permitted at the hearing until 6 p.m. Verbal presentations will be limited to three minutes. A record will be made of comments received, provided they are submitted before the close of the hearing.
Accessibility and Interpreter Services
The hearing has been scheduled at a location that is accessible to people with a mobility impairment.
An interpreter for hearing impaired people will be available upon advance request (no later than August 26, 2015).
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