City Council Committee Holds Hearing On L Train DisruptionsThe MTA and city Department of Transportation have a sweeping plan to provide alternative service to L train riders, which connects Brooklyn to Manhattan, running below 14th Street.
MTA To Shut Down 53rd Street Tunnel For Nearly A Week, Impacting E & M Train ServiceThe MTA is taking a dramatic step to speed up the pace of subway repairs and end the nightmare of delays for commuters.
This Holiday Season, Give The Gift Of MTA Trash Cans Or Used Subway SeatsThe New York Transit Authority is selling off what they're calling pieces of subway memorabilia.
Stringer: MTA Bus Service Is New York’s ‘Other Transit Crisis’Commuters frustrated by slow subway service won't have much luck above ground.
MTA Bus Carrying Passengers Catches Fire In The BronxWitnesses captured video of flames shooting out of the back of the bus as smoke poured out of the windows.
Portion Of Wall In Brooklyn Subway Station Falls Onto Track, Snarls Service In Bay RidgeAn MTA spokesman says a piece of the wall at the 86th Street station fell onto the tracks as an R train was pulling into the station just before 5:30 a.m.
Brooklyn Startup Creates Personal Countdown Clocks For MTA RidersThe NYC Train Sign comes wrapped in wood, metal or plastic and can fit on your bookshelf.
Lhota, New NYCTA Boss Byford Talk About Big Plans For ImprovementsMetropolitan Transportation Authority Chairman Joe Lhota recently returned to the organization to deal with crowded cards, track fires, a failing signal system, and daily delays.
MTA's First Female Escalator Mechanic Dies While Giving Birth To TwinsThe woman who made history as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's first female escalator mechanic has died while giving birth to twin girls.
Riders Alliance Urges Straphangers To Tweet Cuomo About Frustrating DelaysRiders Alliance members will be distributing 'subway delay action kits' to commuters whenever trains are stuck or delayed.
MTA Rolls Out Vintage Subway Trains For Holiday SeasonThis year take a ride on a train from the 1930s decked with ceiling fans and original ads.
Official Warns MTA Budget Deficit Could Surpass $1 Billion In 2021Declining subway and bus ridership and loss of revenues due to a decrease in real estate transactions could blow a huge hole in the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's budget.

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