Exclusive: Sources Say MTA's 4% Fare Hike Off The TableThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority is reportedly planning a little coronavirus pandemic surprise for millions of mass transit riders later this week.
Bus Driver Who Veered Off Bridge Disputes MTA's Claims He Refused Drug TestThe MTA alleges Everton Beccan passed a breath test at the scene but then refused to submit to a drug and alcohol test at the hospital.
Exclusive: Bronx Bus Passengers Describe Frightening Experience In Crash That Sent Bus Dangling Over Cross Bronx ExpresswayPassengers who were aboard an MTA bus that plunged off the road and over the edge of an overpass in the Bronx are telling their stories.
Interim MTA Pres. Sarah Feinberg Asks Mayor De Blasio To Boost NYPD Presence In Transit System Amid City's Growing Mental Health Crisis, Increasing Subway CrimeThe MTA is asking Mayor Bill de Blasio for more NYPD officers to patrol subways and buses. The transit agency cites a recent increase in crime and worsening mental health crisis in the city.
Lawmaker Floats $3 Surcharge On Most Internet Package Delivery In NYC To Help Bail Out The MTAA new way to raise revenue for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority that can also help small businesses stay afloat and help the environment is being considered.
NYPD: At Least 24 Subway Cars Across Multiple Lines Hit With GraffitiIt was a busy weekend for graffiti artists elaborately painting on subway trains.
MTA's Controversial Congestion Pricing Plan Could Be Delayed Until At Least 2023The plan was expected to add $15 billion to the MTA's capital plan and reduce congestion.
MTA Outlines Layoffs, Massive Service Cuts That Could Happen Without Significant Funding From Federal GovernmentAs CBS2 first reported Tuesday night, big budget cuts could be coming to the MTA, impacting jobs and service. That is, unless the federal government steps in.
NYPD Investigating Attack On MTA Conductor In BrooklynSurveillance video shows a man leaving the Park Avenue subway station in Brooklyn after Saturday's attack.
Election 2020: New York City Could Face Fight For Badly Needed Funding Even If Biden Wins PresidencyThink of Election 2020 as a train barreling into the station. Depending on who wins, New Yorkers could be on the train to economic recovery or under the train, crushed.
Coronavirus Impact: NYC Businesses Near Subways, In Grand Central Terminal Struggling To Get ByWith subway ridership down, businesses underground and near transit stops are suffering.
MTA Worker Says He's Facing 30-Day Suspension For Exposing Safety Issues On TrainsThe MTA always advises "If you see something, say something." One of its workers did just that, exposing safety issues on trains, and now he says the agency is trying to suspend him for it.
Coronavirus Impact: Popular Columbus Circle Underground Market Attempting Climb Out Of Pandemic's ClutchesThere was another sign of optimism Wednesday about New York City's road to recovery.
State Comptroller DiNapoli Urges Federal Government To Provide Emergency Funding To Struggling MTAAnother dire warning has been issued about the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's finances.
See It: MTA Workers Build Illegal 'Man Cave' In Grand Central Terminal; 'Few Would Have The Chutzpah'According to the Office of the MTA Inspector General, the room had a futon couch, large flat-screen television with streaming capabilities, a refrigerator, microwave, air conditioning, workout equipment and more.