Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer predicts that if things keep going the way they are, 100 people will have been killed in the New York City Subway system this year.
If you use New York City Transit late at night or in the early morning hours, you may need to adjust your travel route this week.
A man lost his leg Sunday morning, after it was hit by a train as he drunkenly lay on the tracks in Woodside, Queens.
Subway service resumed Friday for parts of the New York City Subway system knocked out by superstorm Sandy.
Police were searching Wednesday for a suspect who stole cell smart phones and iPads from subway passengers in Brooklyn and Queens between mid-November and last week.
The service would come two months after Superstorm Sandy flooded a tunnel that runs under the East River and connects Brooklyn Heights and the Financial District.
Initial reports say the man was hit by a southbound Q train after he was pushed onto the tracks by another person during an argument.
They almost got him. NYPD surveillance video shows that straphangers got extremely close to nabbing an iPhone thief last month.
Three men in their 20s are being sought in nine thefts between Dec. 16 and Feb. 8.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority says the 35-year-old employee has worked with the agency since 2007.
It’s only a matter of time until the duo are rolling on the subway car’s floor, and at least one other person is involved in the tangle. There’s the obligatory hair pulling and kicking.
Full service has been restored in Brooklyn following a tragedy Monday morning. Subway service on the R line was suspended after a man was struck and killed by the train at around 5:50 a.m. It was restored shortly after 7:30 a.m.
An evening commute turned into a near death experience for a Manhattan woman. Witnesses said they saw a crazed straphanger push her into the side of a moving train.