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'Man In The High Castle' Subway Ads, Featuring Nazi Symbols, Removed From TrainsA set of controversial subway ads featuring what appear to be Nazi symbols has been removed, following a livid response.
MTA Stresses Commitment To Second Avenue Subway Project Despite DelaysIf environmental reviews are expedited, the agency will look to fund the money to start the second phase of construction sooner.
37 More Subway Stations In Bronx, Manhattan Get Cellphone, Wi-Fi ServiceCellphone and Wi-Fi service is coming to more New York City subway stations.
Commuter Alert: 7 Line Suspended Between Times Square And Queensboro PlazaThe MTA said the line is closed for track and infrastructure work.
MTA Proposes $1B In Cuts From 2nd Avenue Subway ExtensionThe MTA proposed a $1 billion cut to work on the new Second Avenue subway line as part of a new capital plan that is facing opposition from some city officials.
Woman Injured After Bullet Shatters Glass On MTA Bus In BrooklynThe woman was riding the B13 bus on Wyckoff Avenue between Harman Street and Green Avenue when shots were fired.
MTA Outlines 5-Year, $32 Billion Capital PlanThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority has revealed how it plans to spend the billions of dollars the city and state have agreed to give the transit agency.
MTA To Increase Weekday Service On 12 Subway Lines In 2016MTA spokesman Kevin Ortiz said riders should notice a difference once the agency adds 31 more roundtrips on the 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, A, C, E, J, M, N and S lines.
Police Seek Suspect Who Threw Urine At MTA Bus Driver In The BronxThe driver, a 58-year-old male, was taken to Jacobi Medical Center for irritation to his face and eyes.
Settlement Reached In Widow's Lawsuit Over Death Of Nassau Police OfficerThe attorney's for Breitkopf's wife, Paula, filed a lawsuit against many parties, including the MTA because it was found that an MTA officer had fired the fatal shot.
Expensive Commute? Schumer's New Proposal May Give Students A LiftFederal funding could be down the road to help college students who commute to school.
Cuomo, De Blasio Tout MTA Funding PactThe city is quadrupling its contribution to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in exchange for assurances that the $2.5 billion will go directly to capital improvements.
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