Police: Suspect Wanted For Pushing 62-Year-Old Man Onto Subway Tracks In ManhattanManhattan Borough President Mark Levine and members of the New York City Council are calling for barriers to be placed on subway platforms.
Union Head Says Recent Subway Push Incidents Are 'Traumatizing' For ConductorsSunday, a 62-year-old man was pushed off a platform at the Fulton Street station in Lower Manhattan.
Schumer: MTA, Amtrak Reach Agreement To Move Forward With 2 Major ProjectsNow work can proceed on the East River Tunnels and the Penn Access project.
MTA Conductor Punched In Face At Bronx Subway StationIt happened around midnight at the Whitlock Avenue station in the Foxhurst section.
Amazon Web Services Outage Spells Trouble For MTA App Users, Among OthersIf you had trouble getting to your favorite websites or apps Tuesday, you were not alone.
Gov. Hochul To Get Update On Second Avenue Subway ExpansionHochul will be joined by MTA officials and local lawmakers for a tour of the phase 2 tunnel north of the 96th Street Q train station.
Rain Leaks Into Rockefeller Center Station, Riders Call On MTA To Invest In Subway Station UpgradesSubway flooding is one major concern during the storm, especially after what the city saw during Ida.
Driver Hurt When MTA Bus Crashes With Van, Jumps Curb In BrooklynThe bus driver's arm was injured, but no passengers were on board.
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.