No. 7 Train
A woman was sentenced to 24 years in prison Wednesday, after admitting to shoving a Hindu man off a Queens subway platform to his death in an attack motivated by religious animus.
Another day, another problem on the No. 7 train.
Riders of the No. 7 train will need to plan for a detour this weekend, and for the next four weekends to come.
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.
The extension of No. 7 west from its current terminus at Times Square-42nd Street will create a new station at 34th Street and 11th Avenue.
Northern New Jersey leaders want to learn more about the impact of bringing the 7 train to the area.
There were some scary moments aboard a No. 7 train when a fire broke out on the tracks. The incident occurred Monday night on a Queens-bound train near Grand Central Terminal.
Police on Friday were searching for two women who allegedly beat and slashed a man on the No. 7 train platform in Jackson Heights this past weekend.
A Queens woman was optimistic about her recovery Wednesday, after she was released from the hospital more than two months after her legs were severed by a subway train.
Police on Wednesday were asking the public to assist in the search for a suspect who attacked a man on a No. 7 train in Queens while yelling anti-Mexican statements.
Police on Thursday were asking the public to help find four suspects – only one of them identified – who are wanted in connection with three robberies in and around the 42nd Street-Port Authority Bus Terminal subway station.
Verizon Wireless customers can now use their cellphones in 35 of New York City’s underground subway stations.
It takes a very special man to score a ride in a private train car to an unfinished subway station. Any guesses who that man was and where he was going?
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is working on a new automated signal system that will make the Flushing line more reliable, allowing trains to run faster and more often.
The incident happened last Wednesday around 8:15 a.m. at the Junction Boulevard and Roosevelt Avenue subway station.