Fare increases kicked in Sunday as part of a series of increases in recent years built into the cash-strapped MTA’s budget.
Police on Monday were searching for a woman who threw coffee in a city bus driver’s face in the Flatiron District, in the midday hours on St. Patrick’s Day.
Your commute into New York City is going to cost you more as MTA fare and toll hikes went into effect Sunday.
The service disruptions are due to the derailment of a non-passenger train in the railroad’s Westside Yard.
Police said an argument between two men in front of a subway token booth at the 28th Street-Park Avenue South station in Manhattan escalated to the point where one man pulled out a knife.
Bridge and tunnel tolls will also go up by 4 percent for E-ZPass users and about 6 percent to 10 percent for cash customers.
Two city bus drivers were arrested Friday evening, after they allegedly got into a fight when one cut the other off in traffic.
The MTA said the hikes are needed to balance the budget against rising operating costs, pointing out they’ve cut $1 billion in spending.
A state lawmaker on Monday launched a plan to get the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to put up new subway signage, in an effort to help save lives.
On Sunday the group Riders Alliance asked passengers at the Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center station to dish the dirt on their subway system experiences.
A, B, C, D, E, F and G lines are running with delays in both directions.
Tired of waiting for a train at the subway platform? Get used to it.
Transportation officials are taking a stand against such rudeness with a series of signs in subway cars that would make Miss Manners proud, reminding riders of the most rudimentary etiquette in a tone that’s part shaming, part scolding.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority said a problem with the automated train computer system caused delays along the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and S subway lines.
Plans to extend the Second Avenue subway line south of Midtown could go off the rails unless the MTA’s funding crisis is solved, according to New York’s transit chief.