Metropolitan Transportation Authority
The Cortlandt Street No. 1 train station was crushed beneath falling debris from the towers Sept. 11, 2001.
A spokeswoman for Metro-North Railroad says a conductor was shoved by a commuter in a fare dispute, prompting police to clear the train of riders.
Another blast of Arctic air will move into the Tri-State area Thursday, bringing with it potentially record-breaking temperatures.
The Metro-North Railroad issued an apology Tuesday, a day after hundreds of passengers were stranded for more than two hours in the dark with no heat on a New Haven Line train.
A main focus of the hearing will be the MTA’s ambitious $32 billion, five-year plan to upgrade equipment and services.
Sen. Charles Schumer is demanding that both of New York’s big commuter railroads — not just the one that suffered a fatal derailment — test their engineers for sleep apnea, the disorder blamed for the 2013 accident.
The union president representing transit workers is calling on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to develop a plan that could keep at least the underground portions of the subway system running in a severe snowstorm.
As a potentially historic blizzard swept the Tri-State Area Monday, New York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday afternoon that the entire New York City subway system and other MTA transportation will shut down at 11 p.m., and roads in 13 counties will be shut down to all but emergency vehicles.
The cost of your commute is going up. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority board voted Thursday to raise fares and tolls.
Riders of the No. 7 train will need to plan for a detour this weekend, and for the next four weekends to come.
Whether you travel by road or rail, your commute could soon get more expensive.
Five former heads of the MTA came together Tuesday to say it will be money well spent.
A Bronx woman has been arrested and charged with assault after hitting another woman on a Bronx MTA bus.
Firefighters were sent to Penn Station late Wednesday afternoon, after smoke filled an electrical room.
Thomas Choi, 62, is the first officer to die in the line of duty in the 81-year history of MTA Bridges and Tunnels, also known as the Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority.