On Monday, a rat found its way onto an A Train heading from Manhattan to Brooklyn. A YouTube video showed passengers lifting up their legs and even standing up on the seats, and many of them screaming in horror.
Police on Thursday were asking the public to help find four suspects – only one of them identified – who are wanted in connection with three robberies in and around the 42nd Street-Port Authority Bus Terminal subway station.
Police on Wednesday released a surveillance video for a man who exposed himself to a woman at an elevated subway station in the Rockaways.
A shocking scene unfolded on a subway train in Far Rockaway, Queens, this week, when a man whipped out a gun and forced another man to the ground – all to help a woman in trouble.
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Straphangers alerted the clerk at the station to try to stop the train, while others on the platform yelled at the man to lay down and stay low.
A suspect was being held Saturday for allegedly pushing a 72-year-old man onto the subway tracks at a stop in Harlem.
The 42nd Street-Port Authority Bus Terminal subway station was briefly closed Monday, as police investigated a suspicious-looking item that turned out to be a toy lantern.
Residents of Washington Heights and Inwood will be stuck with the No. 1 train during the overnight hours this week, as the northernmost leg of the A train shuts down for Fastrack repairs.
Charges were pending Saturday evening against the driver who police blamed for a crash that killed two teenage boys in the Rockaways.
In each case, he approaches a male straphanger and asks for the time, police said. That’s when he assaults his victim and robs him, police said.
C line subway service was completely shut down in both directions Monday evening, due to a broken rail in Brooklyn.
You might find relief in a nice, cool air-conditioned subway car Saturday, or you might not – given that construction work is altering service for 14 lines than not this weekend.
After seven months of limited service and an estimated $650 million in hurricane damage, regular service on the A train is rolling through the Rockaways.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the MTA has worked since the storm to rebuild 1,500 feet of washed-out tracks, replace miles of signal, power and communications wires and rehabilitate two stations that were completely flooded.