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MTA Procurement departments and contacts

Updated Feb 22, 2024
Find information about our procurement departments and see contact information for each department.

MTA Headquarters

Procurement Department
333 W. 34th Street, 9th floor
New York, NY 10001-2402

Email for procurement opportunities, bidders list submissions, and questions: bscvprocsol@mtabsc.org

MTA headquarters sets policy MTA-wide, secures funding, oversees the transportation network's rebuilding programs, and manages budgets, investments, and real estate.

MTA New York City Transit

Solicitation Management Unit
2 Broadway, 18th Floor
New York, NY 10004

Contact information by inventory materials

NYC Transit operates subways in four New York City boroughs, and buses in all five boroughs.

MTA Staten Island Railway

Purchasing Department
845 Bay Street
Staten Island, NY 10304-3801

Phone: 718-876-8276
Fax: 718-876-8273

MTA Staten Island Railway operates a surface railroad that links 22 Staten Island communities.

MTA Long Island Rail Road

Procurement & Logistics Department
144-41 94th Ave
Mail Code: 0335, 3rd Floor
Jamaica, NY 11435

Phone: 718-558-4704
Fax: 718-558-4735

The LIRR operates commuter rail lines in Nassau and Suffolk counties and in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.

MTA Metro-North Railroad

Procurement and Materials Management
420 Lexington Avenue, 12th floor
New York, NY 10170

Email: vprocure@mnr.org

Metro-North operates commuter rail lines in Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Orange, and Rockland counties and in Manhattan, the Bronx, and southwestern Connecticut.

MTA Bridges and Tunnels

Procurement Division
2 Broadway, 24th Floor
New York, NY 10004

Email: vprocure@mtabt.org

MTA Bridges and Tunnels operates seven bridges and two tunnels in New York City.

MTA Construction & Development

Contracts Department
2 Broadway, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10004

Email: contracts@mtacd.org

MTA Construction & Development plans, rebuilds, improves, and expands the MTA's extensive network of subway, bus, commuter rail, bridge, and tunnel infrastructure.