Gov. Cuomo: NYC Subway Trains Will Soon Be Speeding UpThere is some good news for commuters. Your daily subway ride may soon be faster.
MTA Board Agrees To Nearly $52 Billion Capital Spending PlanThe plan calls for $51.5 billion to fix the subways, buses, Metro-North and Long Island Rail Road over the next five years.
Riders In Brooklyn Bewildered By MTA Service 'Enhancements' Impacting B46 Select Bus LineNew Yorkers who ride a busy bus route in Brooklyn are feeling left behind by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
MTA Board Expected To Vote On Capital Spending PlanHighlights of the plan include signal modernization, increased station accessibility and new subway cars.
MTA Announces Plans To Spend $51.5 Billion To Fix Subways, Buses, TrainsThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority has unveiled a mega-plan for creating a mass transit system for the 21st century.
MTA Hiring 500 New Transit Police Officers To Counter Assaults, Fare EvasionThe MTA is hiring 500 new transit police officers.
Some Wonder If Troubled MTA Can Be Trusted To Wisely Spend Billions Generated By Congestion PricingCan the agency spend the $1 billion a year from congesting pricing without wasting it?
Some Commuters Upset MTA Bus Schedule Is Going PaperlessIt's out with the old and in with the smartphone for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which is looking to modernize bus stops.
NYC Councilman Wants MTA To Offer Free Service On Major HolidaysBrooklyn Councilman Justin Brannan says free bus and subway rides on holidays like Christmas, New Year’s Day and the Fourth of July would be a way to give back to people who rely on mass transit.
Quick-Thinking MTA Workers Save Woman On TracksTwo Metropolitan Transportation Authority workers pulled off a subway save in Brooklyn on Thursday, rescuing a woman who was on the tracks seconds before a train would have hit her.
Some 1 Train Riders Are Getting Charged To Ride Twice Due To Snafu Involving Ongoing Track WorkMetropolitan Transportation Authority subway riders on the 1 train said they are being charged twice when the agency forces them to take a shuttle bus between stops due to ongoing track work.