More Subway Trains Vandalized On 7 Line Overnight, MTA Says As Investigation Into Window Smashing Crime Spree ContinuesMore than 400 windows have been smashed in recent months, especially on the 7, 2, and 3 subway lines.
Police Seek Man Accused Of Threatening LIRR Conductor With Pocket KnifeIt happened Thursday night at the Brentwood station.
LIRR, Metro-North Will Have Positive Train Control By 2021The safety system can slow down a train's speed or stop a train in the operator fails to take the right action.
MTA Says Free Rides, Back Door Boarding On Buses Is EndingIf you've been riding the bus in New York City during the coronavirus pandemic, get ready for some changes that will make your ride more like it used to be.
Dozen Injured In Multi-Vehicle Crash Involving MTA Bus In CanarsieTwelve people were hurt after a Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus and two other vehicles crashed in Brooklyn on Thursday evening.
MTA: Dozen People Take Over B48 Bus In Queens, Throw Unsocially Distant Party, Then Promptly DisappearNew video shows a Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus turned into an unsocially distanced party, and now the transit agency and the NYPD are investigating.
Tropical Storm Isaias: Mass Transit Nightmare Hits Tri-State Area After Storm Causes Service SuspensionsThere were a lot of frustrated commuters in the city on Tuesday night.
MTA Warns Of 'Doomsday Scenario' Of Deep Service Cuts If Feds Don't Send Financial HelpThe agency warns riders and employees that without big help from the federal government, they may have to brace for workforce reductions, service cuts, more stalled improvements and higher tolls.
MTA Bus Driver Punched In Face After Telling Man To Wear Mask, Police SayPolice said the 62-year-old driver confronted the man when he attempted to board an M2 bus without a face covering.
'Without Action By Senate, We Don't Have Path Forward Without Cuts That Will Devastate System': MTA Chairman Pat Foye Discusses Need For Federal ReliefStrong rebuke from riders is why advocates are pleading for the Senate to act now, as senators prepare to debate the next coronavirus relief package.
Police Looking For Man Linked To Stabbing Attack On 70-Year-Old Subway RiderAccording to police, the unidentified man approached the victim with a sharp object, got into an argument with him, then stabbed him in the left buttocks.
Caught On Camera: Man Takes Hammer To MTA Card Reader At Brooklyn Subway StationIt happened in the mezzanine area of the Clinton Street and Montague Street station on May 31.
MTA Honors 50th Anniversary Of First NYC Pride March With Special Logos On 1 TrainsThis also comes ahead of the 51st anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising on Sunday.
MTA: Subway Ridership Surpasses 1 Million People For First Time Since MarchCrews continue to disinfect the transit system around the clock.
Commuters Head Back To Work With Restrictions In Place As NYC Reaches Phase 2 MilestoneNew York City reached a major milestone in Phase 2 reopening Monday, but the morning commute was anything but typical.