MTA Eyes Late-Night Pilot Program To Help Get Riders To Subway StationsGetting to a subway station during the overnight hours may get easier for people living in the outer boroughs.
Former NYPD Commissioner Bratton Says Recent Graffiti Subway Vandalism 'Outrageous'It has led to serious questions about the security of the trains and who is patrolling underground.
Serena Daniari Thanks MTA For Launching New Anti-Hate Campaign After Transphobic AttackDaniari told police she was standing on the C train platform at the West 155th Street and Saint Nicholas Avenue station when a couple yelled anti-sexual orientation slurs, then slapped and spit on her.
Exclusive: Graffiti Vandals Strike Again, Hit 'E' Train In Lower ManhattanThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority says the vandalism is happening out of sight of cameras and cops.
Disabled Riders Fear Changes Planning For MTA, Access-A-Ride ProgramsSince it was started 30 years ago, the idea was people would call a day ahead and schedule a ride.
Suspect In Custody Following Attack On Transgender Woman On SubwayChief of Detectives Rodney Harrison tweeted Monday that one of two suspects wanted in the assault was apprehended in New Jersey.
Back On Track: Brand New Subway Cars Return To Service After Being Pulled For Safety ConcernThe brand new fleet had been taken out of service Jan. 7th after doors opened mid-ride on two occasions.
NYC Transit Boss Andy Byford Announces Resignation After 2 Years On JobByford shared the news during an MTA board meeting Thursday.
Byford Enjoyed 2 Successful Years With MTA, But Reportedly Grew Frustrated Over Clashes With Gov. CuomoTransit Authority President Andy Byford became such a rock star here that his legion of fans called him "Train Daddy" and posted stickers with his picture.
Residents That Live Near LIRR's Third Track Project Dealing With A Lot Of Shake, Rattle And RollSome homeowners along the LIRR main line say their complaints to the MTA about intolerable noise and shaking homes have been falling on deaf ears.
Yonkers Battling With New York City Over MTA Bus Depot Sitting On Prime Waterfront Real EstateA long-standing dispute over prime waterfront property in downtown Yonkers is heating up. The land is owned by New York City, but Yonkers wants it back.
MTA Reports Raccoon-Related Delays Are On The RiseThe MTA says raccoons were to blame for nearly 90 transit delays in 2019 – compared to 18 the year before.
MTA Pulls 300 Brand New Subway Cars From Service Over Safety ConcernNew York City Transit Authority CEO Andy Byford said Wednesday two recent incidents "raised questions about the reliable operation of a door mechanism" on the new Bombardier R179 cars.
MTA Installing Safety Fence On Verrazzano-Narrows BridgeChanges are coming to the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is installing a safety fence on the upper and lower levels.
Byford Touts Reopening Of 168th Street Station In ManhattanThe 168th Street Station in Washington Heights is back open after being closed for nearly a year for repairs.