MTA, Transit Workers Union Reach Contract Deal, Avoid Strike To Slow NYC Subways And BusesThe 8 million New Yorkers who depend on subways and buses to get around can heave a sigh of relief amid the busy holiday season.
Report Raises Red Flags About MTA Employee Background ChecksThe probe finds that deficiencies in the system are allowing potential candidates to give false information, and even hide criminal histories.
Demanding Answers: Mechanical Failures Causing Problems For MTA's New Fleet Of Subway CarsNewer does not necessarily mean better when it comes to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority subway cars.
Exclusive: Bicyclist Awarded $250,000 After Being Injured By MTA Officer Speaks To CBS2A bicyclist who was injured by a Metropolitan Transportation Authority officer is sharing his story after being awarded a quarter of a million dollars because of the incident.
MTA Delays Increased Rates For Metro-North Parking LotsThe MTA had proposed to raise annual parking permit fees at 25 facilities by an average of 13% per year.
MTA Board Expected To Approve Parking Permit Fee Increase At 25 Metro-North FacilitiesThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority will vote this week on a proposal that will hit some commuters in the pocketbook.
Brooklyn Homeowners Take Issue With City, Say Subway Line Retaining Wall Fixes Are MTA's ResponsibilityA war over an aging retaining wall in Brooklyn has neighbors fuming.
Bus-Boarding Platforms Being Installed Along 14th Street To Speed Up Service, Clear SidewalksThe idea is to create a dedicated space for customers to wait for and board buses, making it faster, more convenient and safer to get from the sidewalk to the bus.
MTA To Inspect More Than 60 Miles Of Elevated Tracks After Latest Falling Debris IncidentThe inspection follows a number of dangerous incidents involving falling debris, including a close call for a livery cab driver yesterday in Queens.
MTA Admits It Learned Many Lessons From Superstorm Sandy DestructionTuesday marked the seventh anniversary of Superstorm Sandy battering the Tri-State Area. Transit officials say the rebuilding efforts are far from over.
Demanding Answers: MTA On Hot Seat Following Yet Another Case Of Debris Falling From Elevated TracksIt was driver Philip Garcia's turn to deal with dents, broken glass and frayed nerves.
Transit Chief Byford: Gov. Cuomo And I 'Are On The Same Page'It was a quintessential New York moment on Tuesday. Byford greeting a bevy of Bronx politicians while the ghost of Gov. Andrew Cuomo looked on.
NYC Transit Union Takes Aim At MTA, Starts Online Dirty Subway ContestThere has been some trash talk from subway workers about the sad state of trains. The Transport Workers Union is holding a contest for the photo capturing the train car with the most litter.
Inspector General: MTA Isn't Equipped To Verify Whether Employees Are Actually Working OvertimeAuditors determined it was impossible for some MTA departments to determine if overtime claims were legitimate, and that several managers relied on an honor system.
LIRR Unveils Spacious New Lost And Found At Penn StationIf you lose something on a Long Island Rail Road train, you may have better luck finding it now.