'Fair Fare' Proposal Pushes For Half-Priced MetroCards For Low-Income New YorkersA coalition of community leaders and lawmakers called for half-priced MetroCards for low income New Yorkers in the upcoming budget.
4 Injured When Car Crashes Into MTA Bus In BrooklynIt happened at Fenimore Street and Nostrand Avenue in Prospect Lefferts Gardens.
MTA Subway Conductor Hailed As Hero For Saving Life On F TrainSubway Conductor Kevin Bartsch was working two train cars away when a 35-year-old passenger went into cardiac arrest.
Cuomo Says Congestion Pricing Will Start Small, Target For-Hire VehiclesDrivers and people coming in from the outer boroughs are getting a reprieve. Gov. Andrew Cuomo says they will not have to pay an extra fee to enter parts of Manhattan.
MTA Faces Lawsuit Over Lack Of Elevator For Disabled Subway Riders In The BronxThe lawsuit claims by not building an elevator during the $27 million face-lift, the agency broke several laws, including the Americans with Disabilities Act.
MTA Employee Dies In Subway Station FallIt happened just before 5 a.m. Tuesday at the 125th Street station at Lexington Avenue.
MTA Launching New App To Help Commuters Navigate DelaysWhile it may take time to fix the tracks and the signals that cause the breakdowns, the MTA is about to unveil an app that it hopes will take some of the sting out of it.
Cortlandt Street Subway Station Back On Track, Slated To Open This FallThe Cortland Street subway station is the very last piece of the restoration puzzle in Lower Manhattan following the September 11th terror attacks.
Some Criticize MTA Plan To Spend $200 Million On Upgrades To 8 Subway StationsSeveral subway stations will soon be getting a makeover.
Cuomo, De Blasio Play Blame Game Over Struggling Subway SystemIt’s a battle that’s been going on for months. Cuomo says the subway won’t be fixed unless de Blasio and the city make a sizable financial contribution.
Lawyer Sues MTA Over Cashless Tolling FeesLawyer Joseph Santoli alleges many honest drivers, even when they use E-ZPass, are getting bogus $100 fines that are racking up.
CBS2 Exclusive: $275-Million Facelift Will Make Subway Stations More AccessibleIt started with a Facebook post complaining about dangerous gaps between the platform and the train at the Times Square shuttle.