Mayor De Blasio Says Subway Shutdown Is Working, City Making Progress Getting Homeless To Accept ServicesThousands of homeless people have been moved from packed shelters and shutdown subway trains into hotels all throughout the city.
Homeless Rights Advocate: 'Terrifying' Scene On First Night Of New York City Subway ShutdownThe shutdown has been touted as a way to disinfect the trains and stations, but it's also meant to get the homeless out of the system.
Coronavirus Cleaning: New York City Set To Begin Subway Shutdown During Overnight HoursThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority plans to shut down overnight subway service Tuesday night for the first time in 115 years.
MTA: On-Time Performance Improving, Action Plan WorkingThe MTA says the subway system is seeing its best on-time performance in more than four years, which leaders say proves money spent on the action plan is getting results.
New Yorkers Make It Clear To Gov. Cuomo: It's Time To Fix The Subways, Improve Everyone's CommuteMajor subway meltdowns stranded thousands of commuters again Monday and there were angry demands for Gov. Andrew Cuomo to do something about it.
Williamsburg Rents Drop, Vacancies Rise Ahead Of L Train ShutdownMore apartment vacancies and cheaper rents are popping up in Brooklyn, including swanky hip Williamsburg, as people brace for the shut down of L train service in spring 2019.
Are We Safe On The Subway? Experts Weigh In On Recent Crime NumbersLatest year-to-date numbers from the NYPD Transit Bureau show an increase in robberies, felonies and grand larceny crimes from January to mid-November.
Sex Crimes In Subway System On The RiseThere have been 343 sex crimes reported in the subway system this year -- an increase of 24 incidents, or 7.5 percent, compared to last year.
Audit: New York City Subway Tracks Filthy, Overrun With RatsAn audit by New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer found subway tracks are filled with rats, dirt and garbage.
CBS 2 Investigation: How Well Trained Are The Conductors On Our Rails?The train tragedy in Spain has raised the concern over whether something similar could happen in the Tri-State Area.
General: NSA Spying Led To Foiled Plots Against High Value Targets In NYCIt was an all-out charm offensive Tuesday by Army Gen. Keith Alexander, head of the NSA, and representatives of the FBI and the Department of Justice to beat back concerns that our government is spying on us, tapping our phone lines and email accounts.
Man In Wheelchair Rescued From NYC Subway TracksA man who lost control of his motorized wheelchair and ended up on the New York City subway tracks before being pulled to safety has been hospitalized in serious but stable condition.