Coronavirus Update: MTA Sends 'Temperature Brigade' Teams To Monitor Transit Workers' HealthAnyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees of higher is being sent home.
Harlem Subway Station Reopens After Suspicious Fire That Killed Train OperatorMTA officials said flames erupted on one of the cars of a northbound 2 train as it pulled into the 110th Street-Central Park North station.
Coronavirus Update: Fears Of Homeless On Subways Possibly Spreading Virus GrowThe homeless are packing New York City subways again, raising health concerns amid a chorus of demands that Mayor Bill de Blasio do something.
Coronavirus Update: NYPD, FDNY And MTA All Mourning Loss Of MembersThe coronavirus pandemic is taking a toll on New York City's first responders and their health.
Police Release Photo Of Man Wanted For Questioning In Deadly Subway FireTrain operator Garrett Goble, 36, was killed in the fire.
Coronavirus Update: MTA CEO Pat Foye Tests Positive For COVID-19The agency says Foye learned his diagnosis Saturday and is currently isolating at home.
MTA Offers $50,000 Reward For Help Finding Person Responsible For Deadly Subway Fire In HarlemThe MTA is now offering a reward of up to $50,000 for information leading to catching the person responsible for a deadly subway fire early Friday morning in Harlem.
Sources: Fire Marshals Question Person Of Interest After Deadly Subway Blaze In HarlemFlames broke out shortly after 3 a.m. in the second car of a northbound 2 train near the 110th Street and Central Park North station.
Coronavirus Update: MTA Bus Driver, Conductor Die Of COVID-19Bus driver Oliver Cyrus, 61, and 4conductor Peter Petrassi, 49, died Thursday.
Coronavirus Update: MTA Moves To 'Essential Service Plan' In Face Of Reduced Ridership, Crew ShortageUnder Gov. Andrew Cuomo's "New York State on PAUSE" order, New Yorkers should only use public transportation when absolutely necessary.
Coronavirus Update: Most MTA Buses Implement Rear-Door Boarding Policy"The reason for that is to reduce contact between passengers and bus operators to make sure that as many transit workers, subway, bus, Metro-North, Long Island Rail Road, can show up for work and take first responders to and from their jobs," MTA Chairman and CEO Pat Foye said.
Battle Over Subway Accessibility Heads Back To CourtMost New Yorkers depend on the subway to get to work, school and complete daily tasks, but in some parts of the city disabled residents have limited or no access.
MTA Officials And More Discuss 'Social Distancing' As Means To Combat Coronavirus Spread"If you can get around without riding the subway, do it. If telecommuting is an option, do it," said MTA chairman Pat Foye.
First Day On The Job For New Subway Head Sarah FeinbergThe former Obama transportation officials has been serving on the MTA board since last year and is said to have a close relationship with Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Andy Byford Reveals Why He Quit - And Who's To Blame - In Exclusive CBSN New York 'The Point' Interview"To me, it's actually dangerous, also, that people who are not professionally qualified should give direction on operational matters," Byford said.