State: MTA Has Failed To Collect Nearly Half Of Fines It's OwedNew York state auditors said Thursday that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is letting nearly half of the fines it is owed fall by the wayside.
MTA Suing City Over Fire That Damaged Metro-North Tracks In East HarlemThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority is planning to sue the City of New York over a major fire under the Metro-North Railroad in East Harlem this past spring.
MTA Opens State-Of-The-Art K-9 Training CenterThe 72-acre property is designed to train a select group of dogs to become K-9 officers. Two retired Metro-North train cars and nine city buses are on the site to help train dogs for real life scenarios.
Rail Problems Snag Multiple Subway Lines Between Manhattan, QueensA rail problem at Queensboro Plaza left commuters stranded in the bitter cold during the late afternoon rush Tuesday.
Residents Complain Of Resurgence Of Graffiti In Several NYC CommunitiesGraffiti was an infamous symbol of the decline and decay of New York City in the 1970s and ’80s, and some now say it appears to be making a comeback.
M66 Wins Pokey Award For City's Slowest BusThe Schleppie Award for the least reliable service was a tie between the M1 and the M101, 102 and 103.
Congressional Transportation Deal Could Save NY, NJ Mass Transit From Big Budget CutsAlthough new rail tunnels under the Hudson River are not specifically mentioned, the bill is favorable for the Gateway project, giving Amtrak the extra $10 billion over five years.
PHOTOS: ‘Man In The High Castle’ Subway Ads Cause UproarA New York City subway car was covered in Nazi imagery to promote the new Amazon television series "The Man in the High Castle."
MTA Outlines 5-Year, $32 Billion Capital PlanThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority has revealed how it plans to spend the billions of dollars the city and state have agreed to give the transit agency.
MTA Mulls Plan To Add Pedestrian, Bike Lanes On Verrazano BridgeIt's 15 years away at least, if the agency even goes through with it. The cost is estimated at $300 to $400 million.
Judge Rules MTA Must Allow Ads From Muslim ComediansA federal judge on Wednesday ordered that a pair of Muslim comedians must be allowed to post their ads on the subway.
Council Members: NYC Shouldn't Pay More For MTA BudgetTwo New York council members say the city shouldn't pay any more than what's already been allotted to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.