A Hicksville man was charged Friday with stealing copper cable that belonged to the Long Island Rail Road eight different times this month.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is trying to get to the bottom of a bizarre accident after a construction drill pierced a subway tunnel in Queens and brushed against a crowded train car.
An enormous drill bit plowed right into a subway tunnel and grazed an occupied F Train in Queens on Thursday.
The crew was working on the third rail as part of the overnight FastTrack work when they were hurt.
With subway ridership at record levels, some are wondering how many more passengers the system can accommodate.
William Rockefeller’s sleepiness was due to a combination of an undiagnosed disorder — sleep apnea — and a drastic shift in his work schedule, the National Transportation Safety Board said.
Eight people were injured Wednesday evening when a car slammed into a Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus in Red Hook, Brooklyn — sending the bus plowing into several parked cars and a building.
Fellow musicians are rallying around a subway performer whose arrest in a busy station was captured on video as straphangers jeered the officer. The New York Police Department says it’s looking into the arrest.
Ronan was appointed chairman of the MTA — then known as the Metropolitan Commuter Transportation Agency — in 1965 by Gov. Nelson Rockefeller.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday that all 200 hospitals across the state are prepared, but said the eight hospitals are especially prepared with go-to teams who’ve been drilled in anti-Ebola protocols.
Straphangers will be able to use their smartphones and other devices in 40 more underground stations in midtown Manhattan and Queens.
New York has a number of fascinating secret places, some that even a New Yorker may not be aware of.
A man was in serious condition Wednesday night, after he was stabbed following a quarrel on the subway in Brooklyn.
The incident took place at around 9 a.m. at 76th Street and Fifth Avenue.
The head of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority asked business leaders Tuesday to support the agency’s $32 billion capital plan despite a $15 billion funding shortfall and a state board’s veto.