Metropolitan Transportation Authority
A recent report said it will take more than half a century to repair all the problems in the city’s subway stations, but the Metropolitan Transportation Authority reiterated Thursday that it disagrees with the group’s recommendations.
A new report said the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is on track to repair and spruce up all of its subway stations – by 2067.
The accident happened around 9:40 a.m. on West 57th Street between Broadway and Eighth Avenue.
If you thought this plan had left the station, well, it just rode the rails back from oblivion.
Select Bus Service allows commuters to dip their MetroCards into a machine on the sidewalk and enter the bus through any door, speeding up travel times.
Manhole fires along Bergen Street snagged multiple subway lines from downtown Brooklyn to Park Slope Wednesday afternoon.
The filmmakers, Negin Farsad and Dean Obeidallah, claim the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is violating their First Amendment right to free speech.
It has been close to three years since a truck knocked over a stone railing at Grand Central Terminal, leaving a scar on the railway depot’s historic profile.
Trains have begun rolling to West 34th Street and 11th Avenue to make sure subway crews are comfortable with the extension.
Developer SL Green Realty Corp. will invest about $220 million in critical improvements to Grand Central, allowing more trains to run during rush hour on the clogged 4-5-6 lines.
Scott Stringer said in addition to the $5.3 billion city residents paid in fares and tolls last year, New Yorkers paid $4.8 billion in taxes, subsidies and direct expenditures to the MTA.
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., said Wednesday the Federal Railroad Administration and MTA agreed on a $967 million loan to install Positive Train Control technology.
That will mean $125 million a year for five years. There will also be an additional $32 million city match to a federal grant.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Friday he believes the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has a “more respectful attitude” toward the state in the wake of various crises involving the Metro-North Railroad.
An audit by New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer found express buses operated by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority were not on schedule, clocking in either early or late more than 30 percent of the time.