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NEW YORK CITY-Commuting to and from Manhattan—and on some bus routes, within the outer boroughs—is about to get a whole lot easier.

Governor Andrew Cuomo Monday unveiled a plan to use state funds for the Metropolitan Transit Authority to make a number of service improvements and customer enhancements to the city’s subway, bus and commuter rail systems. The MTA’s updated financial plan includes new service within all three systems as well as a better station environment, improved communication and new investments in technology to enhance the customer experience.

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