MTA Spokesperson: East Side Access Project Stalled By AmtrakAn MTA spokesperson said the delay is because Amtrack, which shares the rail junction, has not provided the necessary employees.
Several MTA Projects At Risk In Funding DisputeA financial fight is threatening to shut down some Metropolitan Transportation Authority projects.
Extra Mass Transit Options In Place During Papal Visit; Street Closures May Divert BusesWith thousands expected to attend the pope's Central Park procession and Mass at Madison Square Garden, the MTA and Port Authority have ramped up service.
Pedestrian Struck And Killed By MTA Bus In The BronxIt happened around 2:30 a.m. in the Kingsbridge section near the corner of West 231st street and Kingsbridge Avenue.
Man Charged With Flashing Woman On Subway, In Incident Leading To Viral PostA man has been arrested and charged with exposing himself to a woman on a Brooklyn subway train – in an incident that led to a viral social media post.
Neighbors: Low Overpass In Bensonhurst Is Trapping Trucks, Delaying TrafficNeighbors say an overpass in Brooklyn is an accident waiting to happen, as many trucks cannot clear its low height.
Service Restored To G Train Following Minor DerailmentThe MTA says service has been fully restored on the G line following a minor derailment that snarled Friday morning's commute and threatened to upend weekend service.
Photos: MTA Crews Work On Minor G Train DerailmentCrews inspect and repair the G line following a minor derailment that snarled service on Sept. 10, 2015.
Woman Says Conductor Was Of No Help In Dealing With Subway FlasherThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority on Thursday said it was “reviewing protocols” after a straphanger’s encounter with a flasher on the subway.
Police: Man Wanted For Throwing Garbage Can Into Window Of MTA BusPolice said the man got into a verbal dispute with the driver before throwing the can.
MTA Has Objections To Report Saying Station Repairs Will Take Until 2067 To FinishA recent report said it will take more than half a century to repair all the problems in the city’s subway stations, but the Metropolitan Transportation Authority reiterated Thursday that it disagrees with the group’s recommendations.
Report: MTA At Current Rate Is Decades Away From Fixing Up All Subway StationsA new report said the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is on track to repair and spruce up all of its subway stations – by 2067.