The shaky video isn’t very long, just a few seconds, but you can see the glowing lights of subway controls and you can hear expletives, a horn and laughter.
The MTA is preparing to ban all political advertising on its subways and buses after a judge ruled that a pro-Israel group was allowed to display an advertisement containing the phrase “Hamas Killing Jews” on city buses.
The MTA’s chief financial officer said fares and tolls could jump 15 percent unless New York state lawmakers provide funding for a five-year capital plan.
Images released on Monday show not only photos from the construction process but also renderings of completed subway stations at 63rd, 72nd and 96th streets.
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.
The governor also announced he’s reappointing Tom Prendergast as MTA chairman, 1010 WINS’ Roger Stern reported.
Prompted by a surge in subway ridership in New York City, the MTA has announced increased service will be coming to four subway lines.
The union showed photos which they say demonstrates that in some cases, the driver simply can’t see pedestrians below.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is expanding its “Courtesy Counts” to both Metro-North and the Long Island Rail Road.
Police are looking for a man accused of public lewdness on a subway in Brooklyn.
A pro-Israel advocacy group known for publicly criticizing Islam can display its political advertisement containing the phrase “Hamas Killing Jews” on New York City’s buses, a judge said.
Members of the non-profit Ferals in Peril offered their volunteers to trap, neuter and relocate the cats if the MTA would allow it.
A Queens lawmaker is now taking aim at sexy inappropriate outdoor ads.
A man was shot and wounded in East Harlem late Monday afternoon, and a bullet also struck a passing city bus.
A spokesperson from the MTA said the driver has been suspended without pay, and called the incident a “serious breach of protocol.”