MTA Mulls Suit Against Amtrak Following Series Of DerailmentsRecent problems at Penn Station haven't just had commuters seething -- the Long Island Rail Road is ready to sue.
Judge Hears Arguments In Motion To Dismiss NY Teacher Tenure LawsuitsThe plaintiffs in the lawsuits argue that job protections for teachers deprive students of a sound, basic education.
MTA Considers Putting Workers On Platforms To Control OvercrowdingMore and more subway trains are overcrowded and MTA board member Charles Moerdler understands how bad things are.
MTA Warning Straphangers To 'Safeguard Your Stuff' In New Subway Campaign Thousands of posters printed in five languages are being installed in subway cars throughout the system as part of an ongoing effort to curb thefts of electronic devices.
MTA: Subway Crime Soars; NYPD Releases Stunning StatisticsThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority is reporting a major surge in New York City subway crime. The agency said pick pockets and other thieves are bumping up the crime rate by more than 20 percent this year compared to last.
MTA Chief Jay Walder Rejects Food & Drink Ban In SubwaysEat, drink and take the subway New York. Walder reportedly said "I'm not sure a ban on food is really practical or enforceable."

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