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.
Cuomo Says De Blasio Should Be More Like Bloomberg When It Comes To MTA FundingGov. Andrew Cuomo is trying to get under Mayor de Blasio's skin yet again.
Defense Attorneys: Medical Condition Possibly To Blame In Bus Driver DWI CaseThe MTA bus driver accused of taking a bus on his day off and driving it drunk in Nassau County has his own version of the incident.
34th Street-Hudson Yards No. 7 Subway Station OpensThe No. 7 trains will start running at 1 p.m. Sunday at the station, located at West 34th Street and 11th Avenue.
Neighbors: Low Overpass In Bensonhurst Is Trapping Trucks, Delaying TrafficNeighbors say an overpass in Brooklyn is an accident waiting to happen, as many trucks cannot clear its low height.
City To Announce Winners Of Tickets To Pope's Central Park ProcessionThe winners are set to be revealed on Thursday after thousands of New Yorkers applied for tickets on the city's website.
MTA Has Objections To Report Saying Station Repairs Will Take Until 2067 To FinishA 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.
Report: MTA At Current Rate Is Decades Away From Fixing Up All Subway StationsA new report said the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is on track to repair and spruce up all of its subway stations – by 2067.
Woman Fatally Struck By City Bus In MidtownThe accident happened around 9:40 a.m. on West 57th Street between Broadway and Eighth Avenue.
De Blasio Considers Once-Dead East River Bridges Toll PlanIf you thought this plan had left the station, well, it just rode the rails back from oblivion.