What to know about the $2.4 billion train, bus and subway project

The first phase of the new $2 billion Express Rail Expansion Project is nearing completion and will begin rolling out of New York City’s Central Park this weekend.

The project includes three new stations, including a station at Grand Central Station.

All of the stations will be accessible by Metro-North trains.

The first two stations, located at the Bronx Zoo and at the Upper East Side, will have a service called the Express-Lane Express that will be a “true express,” which means it will travel along the entire length of the line, not just on one line.

Metro-North is currently constructing a $5.9 billion line that will run all the way to Grand Central and up to Penn Station.

The project is a joint effort between the city and New York’s transit authority.

“I’m really excited about it,” MTA Chairman Tom Prendergast told reporters Monday.

Prendergaster said the line will provide a “once-in-a-lifetime experience for riders.”

“This project is an extraordinary example of the innovative design, the technology and the creativity that goes into this project,” he said.

MTA officials are touting the project as the first of its kind in the country.

It will be the first line of the $5 billion Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s New York-New Jersey Transit system that will link the region’s busiest and most popular rail stations with New York State Transit’s Long Island Rail Road (LIRR).

The first train will be in service in 2021 and the second in 2022, when the line is expected to be extended from New Jersey to New York, with stops in Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island.

According to the MTA, the train will travel at speeds up to 30 miles per hour, carrying approximately 4,000 passengers.

The line will be equipped with an elevator and underground stations, and will be powered by solar panels.

The line will also have a “freight elevator” and a “distributed express” that will allow for “less-restrictive movement of freight and passenger loads.”

The express trains will be available to all riders, regardless of age, gender, marital status, medical history, or race.

A train that goes between the Central Park Zoo and Upper East Siders will also be able to travel between the Zoo and Grand Central, with a stop at the Museum of Natural History.

Passengers will also use the Express Rail to access stations that are already in use.

The Express Rail expansion project is expected, in part, to allow the MTA to expand its reach into New York from other states.

The agency will be able use the new line to serve other areas as well, including the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Staten Rico, and Nassau County.

The first phase of the new $2 billion Express Rail Expansion Project is nearing completion and will begin rolling out…