Metropolitan Transit Authority
Images released on Monday show not only photos from the construction process but also renderings of completed subway stations at 63rd, 72nd and 96th streets.
A B6 bus was struck by a vehicle that ran a stop sign at Glenwood Road and East 102nd Street, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority said a problem with the automated train computer system caused delays along the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and S subway lines.
Among the behaviors they’re hoping to correct: Hogging multiple seats and taking over the entire pole in a subway car.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority says it’s “studying the possibility of installing surveillance cameras in future subway car models.”
Adam Meagher and his girlfriend Carolyn Grossman are urban planners who participated in a preview tour of the Second Avenue Subway project this past Saturday.
Sunday’s debut of the new B44 Select Bus Service in Brooklyn is an attempt to cut down travel time along one of the city’s busiest routes, but some riders aren’t taking well to the change.
It’s going to be slower going on the rails this weekend, but riders on the G and 6 lines will be spared the headache.
Getting around the Big Apple is going to be more challenging this weekend.
An off-duty 911 operator was not in a position to call emergency dispatchers herself Tuesday when an armed man had her in sight on a Staten Island bus – but she was able to text for help.
A Metropolitan Transit Authority bus driver was arrested Sunday and charged with strangulation and assault.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced Saturday that it is considering shutting down all service beginning Sunday night in advance of the Hurricane Sandy “Frankenstorm.”
Transit advocates expressed frustration Saturday, as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority prepares for its fourth fare hike in five years.
Thousands of late-night subway riders will have to find a different way to get around this week. Service at more than a dozen stations on the Lexington Avenue line will be suspended for the next four nights, and into the early morning.
New York City transit officials say they’ve finished an unprecedented shutdown of the nation’s biggest system of subways, buses and commuter rails.