MTA, Port Authority Issue Warning To Those Who Don't Pay Tolls Sent In Mail: 'We're Always Chasing The Money'So what are local agencies doing to track down the commuters who are more casually avoiding payment by ignoring the tolls in the mail? CBS2 found out the consequences.
MTA Says It Nabbed Suspect Who Racked Up $58,000 In Unpaid Tolls, Fees; Car ImpoundedThe MTA says they'd mailed the suspect almost 400 notifications about the tolls and warning of impending enforcement action.
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.
MTA Asking Retirees To Return To Work Due To Staffing ShortagesThe agency says it lost nearly 5,000 workers since the start of the pandemic.
'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.
Controversial Congestion Pricing Could Cost $9-$35 Per Trip Into Manhattan Depending On E-ZPass Ownership, Many Other FactorsThe cars getting off the West Side Highway at 56th Street got a free ride Thursday, but when congestion pricing goes into effect it's going to cost a big hunk of dough.
MTA To Start Issuing $50 Fines To Riders Not Wearing MasksFace coverings are required on buses, trains and in enclosed stations under state and federal law.
New York City Is Opening Up All Over, But On The Subways Familiar Problems Are Delaying A Mass ReturnSo far this week, schools have reopened, city workers have returned to the office, and the curtains have gone up on Broadway. The MTA is now trying to woo riders back to mass transit.
Officials: 'It Appears A Button Was Pushed Accidentally' That Shut Down Half The Subway System Last MonthGov. Kathy Hochul says it was caused by human error.
Death Toll In NYC Climbs To At Least 13; Gov. Hochul Tours Damage, Promises Infrastructure Investments For Flood MitigationGov. Kathy Hochul and Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday toured the aftermath of the storm that was blamed for at least 13 deaths, many in Queens.
Ida In NYC: Trains Coming Back Online After Flood Waters Fill Subways And BusesLocal and regional transit grinded to a halt as flood waters came pouring in.
Gov. Hochul Praised For Getting Out In Front Of NYC's Subway Snafu; Next, She's Expected To Tackle Eviction MoratoriumIt was the morning after a massive subway meltdown -- 7:15 a.m. -- and if New Yorkers wanted to know where their governor was, the answer was simple.
Gov. Hochul Calls For Investigation Into 'Unprecedented' Power Surge That Shut Down Subway Lines, Forced EvacuationsA battery-powered back-up system engaged to keep the subway system running, but it didn't revert back to Con Ed power when it was available.
Police: Man With Knife Threatens To Kill MTA Worker After Performing Lewd Act At Brooklyn Subway StationPolice said he pulled out a knife and told her "I'm going to kill you."
'Beyond Egregious:' MTA Conductor Removed From Service After Photos Appears To Show Girlfriend Driving TrainThe agency said the employee has been removed from service and will no longer be allowed to drive a train.