Port Authority Bus Terminal
It has happened again – a driver caught distracted behind the wheel of an NJ TRANSIT bus and turned in by an irate passenger.
The 64-year-old Port Authority Bus Terminal has come under criticism from New Jersey lawmakers who say their constituents have to deal with long delays, substandard conditions and a lack of communication.
Commuters have been saying there is trouble at the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown and it makes for a miserable ride.
The 138th annual Fresh Air Fund summer program kicked off Monday, providing inner-city kids a chance to have fun away from New York City.
A Bronx man faces drug charges after police said they found him carrying a brown paper bag filled with about $20,000 worth of heroin through the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
On the way home Sunday night, the Haledon, N.J., was jumped and slashed in the face by four men at the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
At around 5:45 a.m. Monday, police said 31-year-old Sassony Bryant approached Jose Robles, 52, from behind and punched him while he attempted to hail a cab.
At around 5:45 a.m. Monday, the suspect approached a 52-year-old man from behind who was attempting to hail a cab outside 625 8th Ave. He then punched the man who fell to the ground, according to police.
Police spokesman Joe Pentangelo said two officers arrested Danika Riley after they noticed her kicking the elderly man Saturday morning on the second floor of the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
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.
Two people were injured Tuesday night, when a knife fight broke out at the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
Michael Karwan, 19, was found in shelter in Cleveland, Ohio Tuesday evening.
A communications agency said a missing autistic teenager has been found safe in Cleveland, Ohio, a week after he was last seen at leaving his Marlboro, N.J. home.
The Route 495 express bus lane into New York City has reopened after workers removed debris from the road.
In a statement, the NYPD reiterated that officers are authorized to use deadly physical force when they reasonably believe they must do so to protect themselves or another person or persons present from imminent death or serious physical injury.