New York State Sen. Eric Adams (D-Brooklyn) called on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority Sunday to improve accessibility for the disabled at subway stations.
Police have put out an alert asking the public to help find two men who hurled anti-gay slurs at a group of youth, and allegedly shoved a woman to the floor as she videotaped the incident.
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.
A video shows a confrontation on a subway train in which a man hurled anti-gay slurs at a group of youth and allegedly shoved a woman to the floor as she videotaped the incident.
Police said the credit card was stolen during a robbery on the Delancey Street/Essex Street F train platform at 4 a.m. on May 22.
Police said the suspects had just finished performing a “dance show” aboard the train when they got into some sort of argument with a 28-year-old man.
The study was based on MTA electronic alerts of so-called controllable delays — problems related to signals, switches and track.
In what has been a familiar refrain lately, yet another weekend is chock full of service disruptions on the subway system.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority said some work will continue after the station reopens, but it will not affect service.
Police on Monday were asking for help from the public in finding four teenage boys who robbed two teens in Brooklyn subway stations within 20 minutes earlier this month.
If you’re planning to take the subway this weekend, expect a monkey wrench to be thrown into your plans.
Dina Perez, 56, got off a southbound F train at the 18th Avenue station around 2:40 a.m. when the man attacked her, police said. He fled with unspecified personal items he stole from the woman, police said.
Police were asking for the public’s help Tuesday in finding the man who assaulted and robbed a woman on the stairs at an elevated subway station in Borough Park, Brooklyn.
A thief cut a sleeping man’s pocket and stole his iPhone on the subway this week, but police succeeded in getting it back thanks to an anti-theft app.
Police were searching Wednesday for a suspect who stole cell smart phones and iPads from subway passengers in Brooklyn and Queens between mid-November and last week.