More than 200 Metropolitan Transportation Authority station agents that are being laid off are handing in their badges today.
The 266 layoffs are part of the cuts the MTA is making to deal with a nearly $800 million budget shortfall.
In all, more than 450 agents will be laid off and dozens of subway booths closed.
Last Thursday, a judge issued a temporary restraining order putting the closure of 42 booths on hold. Because of this, the MTA will not be laying off those employees at this time.
A hearing on the injunction is scheduled for tomorrow at 3 p.m.