NYC Transit Union Takes Aim At MTA, Starts Online Dirty Subway ContestThere has been some trash talk from subway workers about the sad state of trains. The Transport Workers Union is holding a contest for the photo capturing the train car with the most litter.
Inspector General: MTA Isn't Equipped To Verify Whether Employees Are Actually Working OvertimeAuditors determined it was impossible for some MTA departments to determine if overtime claims were legitimate, and that several managers relied on an honor system.
Police: Woman Attacks Subway Conductor In BrooklynIt happened at around 8:30 p.m. on Sept. 25 at the Van Siclen subway station.
LIRR Unveils Spacious New Lost And Found At Penn StationIf you lose something on a Long Island Rail Road train, you may have better luck finding it now.
Police: MTA Bus Driver Beaten With Umbrella In QueensThe 56-year-old man was driving a Q56 bus around noon Wednesday near the corner of the Van Wyck Expressway and 101st Avenue.
SEE IT: New Tech Helps MTA Replace An Entire Bridge In One WeekendIt’s a modern day marvel of construction tech – called a Self-Propelled Modular Trailer or SPMT - and it's pivotal in keeping the LIRR expansion project riding along at the right pace.
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 Begins Using Cameras On Buses To Catch Cars In Bus LanesThe recording devices, which were installed on more than 50 buses, will capture the license plates.
MTA To Begin Monday Using Mounted Cameras To Catch Cars In Bus LanesIt's part of the plan to reduce traffic and increase bus speeds in the city.
Report Finds Homeless On Subways Surging In 2019, Hundreds More Sleeping On Busy MTA TrainsThis to be coupled with more cops and more city shelter beds. CBS2’s Marcia Kramer challenged the beleaguered agency on the plan – which seems very familiar to the city's old plan.
TWU Launches Million Dollar Ad Campaign Vilifying MTA ChairmanThe contract battle between transit workers and the agency is getting bitter.
Madison Avenue Fighting Latest Controversial DOT Plan That Blocks NYC Storefronts With Bus SheltersThe avenue has long been synonymous with fashion and advertising. There are plenty of high-end shops with window displays designed to entice consumers. Those views may soon change.
Subway Conductor Says He Was Told He Needed Documentation To Take Rosh Hashanah OffBenjamin Schaefer has been working as a subway conductor for the MTA for 22 years.
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.
New Numbers Show Quality Of Life Crimes Are Up On SubwaysQuality of life crimes include littering, urinating, smoking, panhandling and fare evasion.