MTA Launching New App To Help Commuters Navigate DelaysWhile it may take time to fix the tracks and the signals that cause the breakdowns, the MTA is about to unveil an app that it hopes will take some of the sting out of it.
MTA Chairman Says Pilot Program Transit Pass For LIRR, Subway & Bus Riders Coming SoonThe long-awaited transit pass will allow riders to buy one-way, weekly or monthly passes for both the LIRR and the city's bus and subway systems.
MTA To Shut Down 53rd Street Tunnel For Nearly A Week, Impacting E & M Train ServiceThe MTA is taking a dramatic step to speed up the pace of subway repairs and end the nightmare of delays for commuters.
Stringer: MTA Bus Service Is New York’s ‘Other Transit Crisis’Commuters frustrated by slow subway service won't have much luck above ground.
Lhota, New NYCTA Boss Byford Talk About Big Plans For ImprovementsMetropolitan Transportation Authority Chairman Joe Lhota recently returned to the organization to deal with crowded cards, track fires, a failing signal system, and daily delays.
Cuomo, Lhota Fault City Hall For Subway Homeless ProblemMayor Bill de Blasio and the NYPD were on the defensive Monday, after being slammed by the governor and head of the MTA for not doing enough to deal with the homeless problem in the subways.
MTA Board Members Worry About How To Pay For Subway FixAt the first MTA board meeting since the so-called “Summer of Hell,” there was anger, frustration and worry on the part of board members about how to pay for subway improvements.
Mystery Surrounds Metal Towers Popping Up In Tunnels & BridgesEven people on the MTA board in charge of the $100 million towers can’t say why they’re being used or what’s in them.
3 Dead, More Than A Dozen Others Hurt After 2 Buses Collide In Flushing, QueensIt happened at 6:18 a.m. Monday on Main Street and Northern Boulevard.
'Summer Of Hell' Was Not So Hellish For LIRR Commuters, Lhota SaysThe Long Island Rail Road is getting ready to shift back to regular service as the last week of the Summer of Hell arrives.
The Breaking Point: The $8 Billion QuestionThe head of the MTA is calling for $800 million to stabilize the subway, but it will cost much more to modernize the system and bring it into the 21st century.
Mayor’s Office Denies Report That De Blasio Stopped Train For Photo OpThe last one featured drama centering on who was or wasn't paying for subway repairs, now it's about who stopped a train.