De Blasio: City Will Lead Effort To Fix Struggling Subways If State Does NotDeteriorating subway service has opened up a new area of discord between Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
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Some Rail Service Still Recovering From SnowstormMetro-North is operating on a modified schedule into and out of Grand Central Terminal Wednesday.
Partial Metro-North Service, Above-Ground Subways Resume After BlizzardConditions were beginning to return to normal late Tuesday afternoon, after a snowstorm that hit the Tri-State Area caused some major transit changes as well as thousands of flight cancellations.
Commuters Say Subways Are Filthier Than Ever As Summer Heat ArrivesAs the summer sun takes aim at the city, more and more commuters are complaining that the subway system is hot, smells, and is getting dirtier every day.
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Water Main Break Closes 2 Blocks Of Central Park West, Snags SubwaysA water main break shut down two blocks of Central Park West on the Upper West Side Wednesday night, and disrupted subway service in the area.
Child Musicians Celebrate Birth Of Bach With Subway Platform ConcertsThe 330th anniversary of the birth of German composed Johann Sebastian Bach was celebrated on subway platforms throughout New York City Friday with free concerts.
Signal Problems Cause Subway Delays During Evening RushA, B, C, D, E, F and G lines are running with delays in both directions.
New York City Subways Shut Down; Travel Ban In Effect On Local, State RoadsAs a potentially historic blizzard swept the Tri-State Area Monday, New York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday afternoon that the entire New York City subway system and other MTA transportation will shut down at 11 p.m., and roads in 13 counties will be shut down to all but emergency vehicles.
No Pants? No Problem: New Yorkers Take Part In 14th Annual No Pants Subway RideOrganizers suggested that if anyone were to ask participants why they took off their pants to respond by saying they were "getting uncomfortable."
MTA To Launch Campaign Aimed At Curbing 'Manspreading' On Public TransitSitting on a crowded subway can be a lesson in sharing. Each person is allotted 17.5 inches -- the width of an average seat. But for some, that's simply not enough.