Sarah Feinberg Tapped To Become MTA ChairGov. Cuomo nominated Feinberg as Chair and MTA Chief Development Officer Janno Leiber as CEO.
Some New Yorkers Say Hacking Of MTA Shows How Vulnerable The City And Riding Public AreFor the first time, the MTA has publicly disclosed details about a cyber attack believed to have links to the Chinese government.
MTA Says Hackers Breached Its Systems In April But No Threat Was Posed To PublicMTA officials says there were notified of the breach on April 20th at 8 p.m. by federal authorities, who also suggested fixes and patches.
Caught On Video: MTA Worker Punched On The Job In HarlemPolice said the 32-year-old worker was arguing with another man, when the suspect punched him in the face.
MTA Study Finds Limited Police Presence At Subway Stations; Riders Split On More CopsNot satisfied with the police presence in the subway, the transit agency performed its own review, visiting more than 2,900 stations from May 15 to 24.
MTA Mural Honors Garrett Goble, Train Operator Killed By Alleged Subway ArsonistGarrett Goble was a Brooklyn native, six-year transit veteran and father of two.
Peregrine Falcon Chicks Hatch Atop MTA Bridge In QueensThe peregrine is an endangered species, and this is one of three falcon families being watched by the city.
'Irresponsible:' In Wake Of New Crimes, MTA Says Mayor's Plan To Add 250 Subway Officers Isn't EnoughFor months, there has been a tug of war between the city and the MTA, with transit leadership begging for more police officers.
NYC Adding 250 NYPD Officers To Subways As 24-Hour Service ResumesThe next challenge for the MTA is getting riders back to mass transit. Subway ridership surpassed 2.2 million passengers per day in May, but overall ridership is still down 63.5%.
MTA Set To Resume 24/7 Subway Service Early MondayThe Big Apple has taken another step in its comeback. The subway system is about to resume 24-hour service. But concerns remain about safety following a string of violent crimes.
COVID Vaccine: MTA Unveils 8 New Pop-Up Sites In Metro Area, Offering Johnson & Johnson Shot And IncentivesYou can now get a COVID-19 vaccine shot while on your commute.
MTA Bus Catches Fire Following Accident Involving MotorcycleThe incident happened Saturday night at Jennings Street and Southern Boulevard in the Longwood section of the borough.
Mayor De Blasio Accuses Gov. Cuomo And MTA Of 'Fear Mongering,' Insists Subways Are SafeThe mayor says the city has already added about 600 officers underground, but the MTA says it needs about 1,500 more.
'Give Me Your Bag:' Man Seen On Video Violently Robbed Woman At Manhattan Subway StationPolice said a 23-year-old woman was leaving the station when a man approached her from behind, punched her in the side of the head and stole her backpack.
181st Street Busway Launches In Washington HeightsThe DOT says 181st Street is one of the busiest and most congested corridors in Manhattan.