'Sweet Spot With Mike Sugerman:' Meet The Voice Of The NYC Subway SystemIt could be the most recognizable phrase in New York: “Stand clear of the closing doors, please.” You know his voice, but his name?
3 Dead, More Than A Dozen Others Hurt After 2 Buses Collide In Flushing, QueensIt happened at 6:18 a.m. Monday on Main Street and Northern Boulevard.
Cuomo Demands Investigation After Con Ed Power Failure Causes Outages In Brooklyn, Snags SubwaysNew York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo called for an immediate investigation Sunday, after a Con Edison substation failure in Brooklyn led to outages across the borough and snagged the subway system.
Some Riders Scratching Their Heads As New 'Leaners' Appear At Brooklyn Subway StopOne addition at a newly reopened Brooklyn subway station has some riders scratching their heads asking, "What is this?"
Roosevelt Island Residents Say Tram Repairs Are Creating Nightmare DelaysTram troubles have been upsetting people on Roosevelt Island. Commuters complained that construction is causing long lines and long waits.
The Breaking Point: What Now?When we started this series eight weeks ago, the warning signs had already piled up – on paper, in statistics and if you’re a commuter – probably in your experience. So how have we responded?
Study: NYC Employees Have Missed Up To 18K Hours Of Work This Year Because Of Transit ProblemsThe study also found a 30 percent increase in lost hours due to subway delays over the past few years.
Homelessness, Transit Problems Top New Yorkers’ List Of Concerns For Next MayorNew Yorkers have offered a 'to-do' list for the next mayor of New York City; they're things whoever wins in November should address ASAP.
24-Hour Subway Survey Finds Delays Biggest Issue For RidersAfter collecting more than 2,000 commuter responses, the survey found that nearly 50 percent of riders say delays are the biggest issue while 75 percent say they missed appointments due to subway delays in the last two weeks.
Drivers Sick Of Hearing ‘Incessant’ MTA Announcements In Midtown TunnelFrequently repeated announcements are hardly music to the ears of drivers at one busy East River crossing.
The Breaking Point: The $8 Billion QuestionThe head of the MTA is calling for $800 million to stabilize the subway, but it will cost much more to modernize the system and bring it into the 21st century.
MTA To Scale Back ‘Summer Of Hell’ Ferry, Bus Services For LIRR RidersStarting Wednesday, the MTA will no longer offer temporary ferry service and will scale back its bus service to and from Long Island.