Gov. Hochul To Get Update On Second Avenue Subway ExpansionHochul will be joined by MTA officials and local lawmakers for a tour of the phase 2 tunnel north of the 96th Street Q train station.
Subway Crew Shortage Leads To Service Delays For Morning Commute, MTA Says"We're running as much service as we can with the train crews we have available," officials posted on Twitter.
Unvaccinated MTA Workers Must Now Undergo Weekly COVID TestingThe MTA says vaccinations are available at its facilities, and there are 138 on-site locations for employees to get tested.
'I'm Going To Risk It:' CBS2 Finds Many Subway Riders Still Not Wearing Masks As MTA Starts Issuing FinesOne man responded with an obscene hand gesture. Others were camera shy, one after another ducking away.
MTA: No Fare Hike Until At Least 2022It was initially planned to be implemented in March, then November.
Sarah Feinberg Tapped To Become MTA ChairGov. Cuomo nominated Feinberg as Chair and MTA Chief Development Officer Janno Leiber as CEO.
Calls Grow For Long Island Rail Road To End Service Cuts As Soon As PossibleCommuters have been complaining about crowded trains and little social distancing since cuts took effect Monday.
Long Island Rail Road Riders Face Crowded Trains On First Day Of Service CutsCommuters on the Long Island Rail Road say service reductions that took affect Monday are causing crowded trains and putting them at risk.
MTA Begins Fining Riders For Not Wearing Face CoveringsBack in April, Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order requiring all commuters and MTA employees to wear face coverings on public transit.
Commuter Tax Benefit In Effect For Those Who Use Mass TransitA bigger tax break for commuters is now in effect after a deal reached by Congress last month brings parity between those who drive to work and those who take buses, subways or commuter trains.
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Expensive Commute? Schumer's New Proposal May Give Students A LiftFederal funding could be down the road to help college students who commute to school.
Extra Mass Transit Options In Place During Papal Visit; Street Closures May Divert BusesWith thousands expected to attend the pope's Central Park procession and Mass at Madison Square Garden, the MTA and Port Authority have ramped up service.
Commuters Brace For More MTA Fare & Toll HikesBridge and tunnel tolls will also go up by 4 percent for E-ZPass users and about 6 percent to 10 percent for cash customers.
Proposed Legislation Would Require Tax Benefits For Some Mass Transit Users Advocates are praising the New York City Council's passage of a bill that would require businesses with 20 or more full-time employees to offer federal tax benefits for mass transit users.