Mayor De Blasio Unveils Mass Transit Safety Plan For Phase 1 Of New York City ReopeningWe're just days away from Phase 1 of reopening in New York City. That means more people using subways and buses to get back to work.
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.
After 2 Homeless Found Dead On Subway, NYC Details Plans To Reach 'Human Beings Whose Lives Came Unglued'The mayor has promised a safe bed and support services to every homeless person being displaced by the nightly shutdown of all subway service meant to give MTA crews time to clean trains.
NYPD: 2 Homeless Men Found Dead On C And 4 TrainsThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority has been struggling with a problem with the homeless during the coronavirus pandemic.
Mayor De Blasio Offers Solution To Homeless Taking Over Subways, But Key Players Are Not On BoardAfter weeks of ugly finger pointing about an increase in the number of homeless on the subways, Mayor Bill de Blasio has offered a solution.
Coronavirus Update: Video Shows Homeless Taking Over Car After Car On No. 2 Subway LineWhile there's so much focus on having people stay off the streets during the coronavirus pandemic, there's another big problem happening underground.
Union, MTA Outraged After No. 5 Train Conductor Hit Over Head With Bat Or Club At East Flatbush StationThe NYPD is looking for a suspect in an attack on a subway conductor in Brooklyn. The assault left the transit worker seriously hurt, and also disrupted service.
Exclusive: Graffiti Vandals Strike Again, Hit 'E' Train In Lower ManhattanThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority says the vandalism is happening out of sight of cameras and cops.
AG James Gives NYPD Until Feb. 10 To Turn Over Records On Subway Fare Evasion TacticsIt is a conundrum faced by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the Police Department that has people who ride subways and buses in the crosshairs.
NYPD Probed For Possible Racial Bias In Subway Fare PolicingNew York City's policing of subway fare beaters is drawing scrutiny from the state’s attorney general for possible racial bias.
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.
'Manspreading' Illustrated: New City Exhibit Studies Subway EtiquetteManspreading” is an indelicate new term to describe how some male subway riders deprive other passengers of a seat. Subway etiquette is the subject of a new exhibition at Grand Central Terminal featuring campaign courtesy posters.
Internet-Inspired NYC Subway Stuntmen Draw Ire Of Politicians, StraphangersYou’ve seen it in person and now it’s a big hit on the Internet – young people pulling off dangerous subway stunts and putting innocent riders at risk.
NYC Unveils State-Of-The-Art Subway TechnologyNewer technology and greater security, that's the logic behind a program that's been targeted for New York City subways.