No. 1 Train
A woman was found dead under a subway train Monday on the elevated portion of the No. 1 line in Inwood, Manhattan.
The Cortlandt Street No. 1 train station was crushed beneath falling debris from the towers Sept. 11, 2001.
The entire subway system was hit with numerous problems Thursday evening, from power outages and a manhole fire to doors that opened onto the tracks.
Police on Wednesday were searching for four suspects who allegedly ripped off a man’s iPhone and attacked him on a No. 1 subway train in Morningside Heights.
The 10-month-old girl is under child welfare authorities’ care.
The baby girl, who police said is 6 to 7 months old, was taken to Roosevelt Hospital for evaluation. Police said there were no apparent signs of trauma.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority warned customers to be on the watch Thursday, after a skimming device was found on a MetroCard vending machine at the 59th Street-Columbus Circle stop in the heart of Midtown.
Verizon Wireless customers can now use their cellphones in 35 of New York City’s underground subway stations.
The Metro-North Rail Road has announced a plan to provide shuttle bus service Monday morning, following a derailment on the Hudson Line in the Bronx that left four people dead.
Residents of Washington Heights and Inwood will be stuck with the No. 1 train during the overnight hours this week, as the northernmost leg of the A train shuts down for Fastrack repairs.
A woman was hospitalized Wednesday afternoon after her hair got stuck in an escalator at the 125th Street No. 1 subway station in Harlem.
A man was struck and killed by a subway train near City College in Upper Manhattan Friday evening, causing a commuter mess on the No. 1 train line.
In what has been a familiar refrain lately, yet another weekend is chock full of service disruptions on the subway system.
If you’re planning to take the subway this weekend, expect a monkey wrench to be thrown into your plans.
The woman who fell onto the No. 1 subway tracks and died this past weekend was a theatre student who had been living her dream, family members said.