MTA Restores F And C Trains; Officials Look To Resume 24-Hour ServiceAt the height of the pandemic, ridership was down to about 5%, but transit officials say it's now up to 31% and climbing.
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.
Long Island Rail Road Service Cuts To Take Effect MondayAccording to the MTA, ridership remains down due to the pandemic.
NYC District Attorneys Say Time Has Come To Make Assaults On Transit Workers A Crime Punishable By Up To 1 Year In JailThe city's top prosecutors are are proposing the state to do more to stop assaults on transit workers, by changing the law.
Storm Watch: New York City Exceeds Average Seasonal Snow Total With More Than 30 InchesNew York City has already surpassed its typical snow totals for the year.
NYPD To Add 644 Additional Officers To Subway System PatrolAs the city transit system is beset by a horrifying spike in violent crimes, a dispute has broken out between the mayor and the MTA over how many cops it will take to keep riders safe.
Woman Pushed Onto Bronx Subway Tracks: 'I Thought I Was Going To Die In That Moment'Police have released new video of a suspect they say shoved a woman onto the subway tracks in the Crotona Park East section of the Bronx.
Police Say Woman, 54, Shoved Onto Subway Tracks In The BronxIt happened around 8 a.m. at 174th Street and Southern Boulevard 2 train station.
MTA Bus Driver Luis Jimenez Among Essential Workers Honored By NFL Prior To Super Bowl LVLuis Jimenez has been a city bus driver for 22 years. He treats each passenger like a neighbor and said his favorite part of the job is picking up regular customers.
Demanding Answers: New Yorkers Grow More Concerned About Subway Crime, Curtailed NYPD Involvement In Mental Health CrisisSome New Yorkers are growing more concerned about a nightmarish rash of subway shoving incidents and the curtailment of NYPD involvement in dealing with emotionally disturbed people.
Storm Watch: New York City Deploys 700 Salt Spreaders, 2,000 Workers In Advance Of Monday's SnowThe snow started falling in Manhattan on Sunday evening as people walked on the sidewalk, some carrying bags of groceries in anticipation of being snowed in on Monday.
3 People Hospitalized After Driver Runs Red Light, Crashes Into MTA Bus, Police SayPolice say three people are hospitalized after their vehicle crashed into an MTA bus in Brooklyn.
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.