New York City Transit

The deserted Times Square subway station is seen as Hurricane Irene approaches after the entire city mass transit system was closed on August 27, 2011. (credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

With Mass Transit Shut Down, Transit Officials Monitor Possible Water Damage

New York City transit officials say they’ve finished an unprecedented shutdown of the nation’s biggest system of subways, buses and commuter rails.

08/27/2011

"Break of Day" by Sabrina Porter (credit: Straphangers Campaign)

Transit Groups Announce Winners In Subway And Bus Photo Contest

Some shutterbugging on New York City Transit has won two people a free month of rides.

07/06/2011

MTA

NYC Subway Service Ads Replace Poetry, Literature

For years, riders packing New York subways could catch some relief — by reading inspiring literature on placards in train cars. No more.

12/25/2010

Access-A-Ride (credit: Flickr/Esoteric_Desi)

MTA’s Access-A-Ride Cuts Affecting Passengers

Some Access-A-Ride passengers on Staten Island are no longer eligible for the service and now they’re scrambling to find a way to get around.

11/12/2010

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