A pro-Israel advocacy group known for publicly criticizing Islam can display its political advertisement containing the phrase “Hamas Killing Jews” on New York City’s buses, a judge said.
Members of the non-profit Ferals in Peril offered their volunteers to trap, neuter and relocate the cats if the MTA would allow it.
A Queens lawmaker is now taking aim at sexy inappropriate outdoor ads.
A man was shot and wounded in East Harlem late Monday afternoon, and a bullet also struck a passing city bus.
A spokesperson from the MTA said the driver has been suspended without pay, and called the incident a “serious breach of protocol.”
Mayor Bill de Blasio said he understands it’s a big inconvenience for those riding the L train on weekends, but that the suspension is part of a much bigger problem.
The shop owners in Williamsburg are really worried. They say all of the tourists in Manhattan take the L train to Williamsburg to shop.
On First Avenue in Yorkville – around the corner from the Gracie Mansion where Mayor Bill de Blasio resides – it has taken about a year and a half to build a bus stop, and the process is still not done.
A woman in a wheelchair says she was kicked off a Manhattan bus after her friend fixed an out-of-service lift when the bus driver refused.
No. 1 and 2 train service has been restored after a water main break in the West Village halted service between Times Square and Chambers Street for hours.
Keyshawn Brown is charged with arson, criminal mischief and reckless endangerment for allegedly putting a piece of metal on the southbound C train subway tracks last Thursday in Brooklyn.
The NYPD apprehended a teenage suspect Tuesday afternoon in connection to a scary incident that stopped a subway train last week.
Another day, another problem on the No. 7 train.
A new video posted online has sparked the interest of the NYPD.
A mechanical problem created a smoke condition in a New York City subway tunnel east of Grand Central Terminal, stalling trains and leaving hundreds stranded.