Straphangers in Brooklyn will be subject to major disruptions for five weekends beginning May 2.
According to police, a black male approached the 15-year-old victim in a subway stairwell located at W. 96 St. and Central Park West in Manhattan at around 10 a.m. on March 1.
A man was charged Tuesday with punching a 70-year-old woman in the face in a Brooklyn subway station.
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A suspect was in custody Wednesday afternoon, after a man was stabbed and injured on a No. 5 train at the Pelham Parkway station in the Bronx.
On Monday, a rat found its way onto an A Train heading from Manhattan to Brooklyn. A YouTube video showed passengers lifting up their legs and even standing up on the seats, and many of them screaming in horror.
A man was killed this week after he was hit by a part of the subway system while surfing on top of a No. 6 train in the Bronx.
An out-of-control sport-utility vehicle crashed through a fence that landed on a subway train in Brooklyn Wednesday, and the driver was later charged with lying about being carjacked.
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Full Metro-North Railroad service in and out of Grand Central Terminal resumed around 4:45 p.m. Wednesday, about seven hours after service was disrupted.
Elected officials and volunteers handed out fliers in Greenwich Village Friday showing a police sketch of a suspect wanted for the brutal attack of a gay couple at a subway stop.
According to police transit statistics, there were 274 arrests between Jan. and March 2. During the same period last year, 90 panhandlers and peddlers were arrested.
The search continued Thursday night for the suspect wanted in connection with a bias attack against a gay couple in a subway stop in Greenwich Village.
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.
The commissioner said he will be riding late-night subways in an effort to get a first-hand look at the quality-of-life problems straphangers face.