The NYPD has identified the suspect in an assault on an MTA employee as 51-year-old Anthony Ross.
The incident occurred on September 3 just after 8 p.m., police say.
In total the enhancements spanning all five boroughs costed $4.9 million.
Nice weather is predicted for the start of the Labor Day holiday weekend across the Tri-State areas as people celebrate the final weekend of summer.
A New York City businessman has pleaded guilty to stealing from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority by providing poor-quality oil for city buses and passing it off as the good stuff.
Two city lawmakers are proposing a bill to require the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to immediately inform riders of any bedbug incidents within 24 hours.
Riders are weighing in on findings from a new report saying Metro-North has sacrificed safety for on-time performance.
Bedbugs were reported on yet another subway train Monday, when a conductor reported she was bitten on an N Train.
The operator didn’t come to a stop until after the train passed the Spring Street station and saw the headlights of a downtown train at West 4th Street.
The worker was about 100 feet below ground between two tunnels when a pipe fell on his leg, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority said.
Astorino says the MTA’s five-year plan is expiring this year, and there still isn’t a proposal to replace it.
Members of the unions representing most Long Island Rail Road workers have approved the four-year contract that was negotiated last month.
The MTA is upgrading the software used for credit and debit cards so only cash will be accepted at machines.
The spike in arrests of subway dancers has performers fighting back, speaking on the steps of City Hall Tuesday.
The MTA announced Tuesday it has joined forces with the New York City Department of Transportation to install new neighborhood-specific maps in all city subway stations.