Service on the L Line subway was back to normal Saturday, after commuters were subjected to a harrowing experience earlier in the week.
You can now find out when the next subway train will arrive simply by looking at your smartphone.
Riders on the L train subdued an accused groper on Friday night. Youtube footage shows a woman yelling and bringing the groper to the attention of two other riders.
Starting this weekend, the MTA has stepped up the frequency of L Trains by adding 98 more round trips a week. But it’s not all good news for mass-transit riders. The Lexington Avenue subway line will be hit with major service disruptions this week.
Kyle Brown, 23, was charged after authorities said he boarded a train on April 18 and masturbated while staring at a 34-year-old woman.
The NYPD is looking for a man who allegedly committed rape in Brooklyn on April 6th. In the area of Stanhope Street and Wyckoff Avenue, the man grabbed a 37-year-old woman and raped her on the steps of the L Train subway station, police said.
Ryan Beauchamp, 33, turned himself in at the 94 Precinct station house in Greenpoint, Brooklyn on Tuesday, CBS 2′s John Slattery reported.
Police said they are now looking for 33-year-old Ryan Beauchamp in the deadly altercation that took place Friday night at the Bedford Avenue station in Brooklyn.
One person is dead and another is being sought by police after a fight on a subway train at the Bedford Avenue train station in Brooklyn spilled onto the platform and ended up on the tracks.
The Daily News reported that separate incidents claimed the lives of two men in the city’s subway system on Saturday, one in Manhattan and one in Queens.
Police in Queens are hunting for three suspects they say are wanted for a vicious assault on a subway train that was captured on video.
The good news is an heroic MTA worker eventually saved the man. Nonetheless, the videos are difficult to watch.
Video of the incident was recorded by a passenger with an iPhone and posted to YouTube.
Think you’ve seen it all on the subway? Chances are you have. Every train line has its own entertainment, but on Thursday a new video showing a creative way to use those subway poles was uploaded to YouTube and almost immediately went viral.
Police say a 69-year-old man was struck by a Brooklyn-bound L train. He was pronounced dead at the scene.