MTA Leadership Wants To See Fewer Mean Tweets From RidersBelieve it or not, the MTA actually reads tweets from its frustrated riders. But if you want the agency to respond, it's all in the details.
MTA Replacing 'Ladies And Gentlemen' With Gender-Neutral AnnouncementsIn lieu of "ladies and gentlemen," the agency will be moving to gender-neutral phrasing like "passengers," "riders" and "everyone." 
MTA Trashes Pilot Program Removing Garbage Cans From Subway StationsThe experiment was intended to encourage commuters to bring their trash with them as they traveled.
Power Outage Causing MTA DelaysThe Metropolitan Transit Authority is reporting service changes and delays along the A, C, D, E, F, and G train lines due to a loss of power at the 7th Avenue stop.
Residents Sound Off At Public Hearing On Possible L Train Shutdown PlansThe agency is presenting the options in the first of two public hearings on Thursday night in Brooklyn. Another meeting will be held in Manhattan.
NYPD: Reported Subway Sex Crimes Up 19 Percent, Rape Cases DownAccording to the NYPD, there was a 33 percent rise in sex abuse cases, a 25 percent rise in forcible touching cases and a 9 percent rise in incidents of public lewdness.
Manhole Cover Tears Through Floor Of MTA Bus In The BronxThe incident took place at around noon Tuesday at 170th Street and Inwood Avenue.
MTA Releases New Photos, Renderings Of 2nd Avenue SubwayImages released on Monday show not only photos from the construction process but also renderings of completed subway stations at 63rd, 72nd and 96th streets.
14 Injured In MTA Bus Accident In CanarsieA 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.
Signal Problems Cause Delays On Numerous Subway LinesThe 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.
MTA Plans New Campaign Reminding Commuters To Be Courteous To Each OtherAmong the behaviors they're hoping to correct: Hogging multiple seats and taking over the entire pole in a subway car.
MTA Eyes Surveillance Cameras On All Subway CarsThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority says it's "studying the possibility of installing surveillance cameras in future subway car models."

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