Lawmakers, Advocates Claim Cuomo Is Planning To Cut MTA BudgetSixty-five lawmakers and a transit group were demanding Monday that Gov. Andrew Cuomo find a way to replace $65 million that he plans to cut from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority budget.
MTA Fare Hikes Will Come Amid Worse Subway Service, Many Straphangers SayMetropolitan Transportation Authority fare hikes will go into effect in a matter of weeks -- but as commuters pay more, many said they are getting much less service.
MTA Orders Expanded Screening For Sleep ApneaThe MTA is going farther than any transit agency in the country, ordering sleep apnea screenings for every commuter train and subway operator as well as every bus driver.
MTA Expected To Vote For Another Fare Hike For Trains, Buses, Bridges, TunnelsNew York commuters should get ready for a fasten-your-seatbelts moment, because anything run by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority – buses, subways, trains and bridges – is about to cost more.
MTA Chairman Prendergast To Retire Early This YearMetropolitan Transportation Authority Chairman Tom Prendergast will retire during the early part of this year.
Police Release Sketch Of Man Connected To Assault Of Muslim MTA EmployeeThe assault took place Monday morning as the victim was heading to work on the 7 train and comes on the same day Mayor Bill de Blasio decried the alleged weekend harassment of a Muslim NYPD officer.
MTA To Begin Tracking Repeat Subway OffendersThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority will begin tracking repeat offenders on its property, officials said.
State: MTA Has Failed To Collect Nearly Half Of Fines It's OwedNew York state auditors said Thursday that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is letting nearly half of the fines it is owed fall by the wayside.
MTA Suing City Over Fire That Damaged Metro-North Tracks In East HarlemThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority is planning to sue the City of New York over a major fire under the Metro-North Railroad in East Harlem this past spring.
MTA Opens State-Of-The-Art K-9 Training CenterThe 72-acre property is designed to train a select group of dogs to become K-9 officers. Two retired Metro-North train cars and nine city buses are on the site to help train dogs for real life scenarios.
Rail Problems Snag Multiple Subway Lines Between Manhattan, QueensA rail problem at Queensboro Plaza left commuters stranded in the bitter cold during the late afternoon rush Tuesday.
Residents Complain Of Resurgence Of Graffiti In Several NYC CommunitiesGraffiti was an infamous symbol of the decline and decay of New York City in the 1970s and ’80s, and some now say it appears to be making a comeback.

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