Police were on the hunt Thursday evening for a man who allegedly groped a woman on the subway in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn.
Police said the suspect walked up to the conductor who was working on a Q train and struck him in the face.
A man was struck and killed Friday evening by an elevated subway train in Astoria, Queens.
A man was struck and killed by a subway train in Midwood, Brooklyn Thursday evening.
Subway service on the B, Q and F trains in southern Brooklyn will be suspended for 10 days beginning Friday, as crews replace switches and conduct other maintenance.
A search was under way Friday night for a suspect in the theft of single shoes right from women’s feet on the stairs to an elevated subway station in Coney Island, Brooklyn.
Police on Tuesday were trying to identify a suspect who allegedly stole a woman’s bag from a subway station in Astoria, Queens and tried to use her debit card.
A man was arrested and charged Friday with burying his head under a woman’s skirt in a Brooklyn subway station, and then attacking her when she pushed him away.
Police on Thursday were asking the public for help in finding a suspect who allegedly buried his head under a woman’s skirt in a Brooklyn subway station, and then attacked her when she pushed him away.
The Second Avenue Subway will mark the first major expansion of the New York City subway system in 50 years. CBS 2’s Andrea Grymes got an exclusive underground look at progress on phase one of the project.
Verizon Wireless customers can now use their cellphones in 35 of New York City’s underground subway stations.
Police Monday afternoon were searching for a man who shot and wounded a 24-year-old man on a subway platform in Prospect Park South, Brooklyn.
Most mass transit in the Tri-State Area was back to normal Saturday, just over a day after major changes were put into place due to the snowstorm.
If you were to search for the phrase “sleeping on shoulder” you would find plenty of images of family members, friends, and babies, but you might not expect to find two strangers nestled together.
Republican mayoral candidate and former Metropolitan Transportation Authority Chairman Joe Lhota reportedly said this week that he did not think it was “appropriate” to shut down two subway lines for a pair of lost kittens.