Big Changes At The Top For MTA, New York City Transit LeadershipFriday is the last day on the job for Sarah Feinberg, who is stepping down as interim president of the New York City Transit Authority.
Sarah Feinberg Leaving Post As Interim NYC Transit President; MTA Chairman Patrick Foye Also Leaving PositionFeinberg says she would consider being state MTA chair, a position that would be created if the State Senate decides to split her current role into two jobs.
Subway Service Resumes With Delays In Queens After Power Problem Shut Down E, F, M, R LinesThe MTA has not said what caused the problem.
De Blasio Blasts MTA Over Congestion Pricing DelaysThe mayor presented the MTA with a fake $15 billion check Tuesday, saying that implementing congestion pricing would effectively invest that same amount into the city's mass transit.
MTA: No Fare Hike Until At Least 2022It was initially planned to be implemented in March, then November.
MTA Plans To Widen Parts Of Belt Parkway While Mayor De Blasio Pushes For Congestion PricingTransit advocates argue the MTA's plan to add a lane of traffic to the Belt Parkway would only attract more cars to the road.
Deals On The Horizon? LIRR Admits It May Need To Get Creative To Eventually Get Ridership Back To Pre-Pandemic LevelsThe Long Island Rail Road is suffering trough plummeting monthly ridership.
Elsa's Impact: Subway Riders Raise Concerns After Video Showed Station Flooded By Waist-Deep WaterWhat a difference a day made for commuters entering the 157th Street subway station. On Thursday, they waded through waist deep water while heavy rain pounded the city.
Hometown Heroes Parade: MTA Worker Kenneth Mendez Proud To Keep City Running During Uncertain DaysBefore the pandemic, Mendez said he was pretty much invisible to riders. But now, all of that has changed.
2 Critically Hurt After BMW Hits MTA Bus On Staten IslandPolice said a red BMW sedan was traveling at a high rate of speed when it hit an express bus on the Staten Island-Manhattan route.
NYPD: MTA Bus Drivers Attacked In Separate Incidents In Bronx And Staten IslandTwo Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus drivers were recently attacked on the job.
MTA Urges New Yorkers To Take The Train To Local BeachesTo make it easier, the MTA is offering discounted beach packages to encourage people to take the train.
MTA Offers First Look At New Subway FleetAmong the improvements are signal-based technology, new display screens and wider doors.
MTA Backs Off Plan To Keep Cash Ban At Subway BoothsSubway riders at the Hunts Point Avenue station who need to add cash onto their MetroCards can't miss the sign saying "No Cash In Booth."
MTA: Booth Workers Will No Longer Accept Cash, Swap Damaged MetroCardsThese transactions were halted in March 2020 to protect workers from COVID.