New York City Is Opening Up All Over, But On The Subways Familiar Problems Are Delaying A Mass ReturnSo far this week, schools have reopened, city workers have returned to the office, and the curtains have gone up on Broadway. The MTA is now trying to woo riders back to mass transit.
MTA Backs Off Plan To Keep Cash Ban At Subway BoothsSubway riders at the Hunts Point Avenue station who need to add cash onto their MetroCards can't miss the sign saying "No Cash In Booth."
Tourist Attacked With Bottle On Subway: 'New York Is Like A Dream To Go Visit ... But At This Time It's An Unsafe Place To Walk'As the mayor tries to woo tourists back to New York City, a visitor from Colombia shared her cautionary tale after an unprovoked attack on the subway landed her in the hospital.
More Violence On Subways: Police Say Tourist Hit With Bottle, Man Slashed In Separate AttacksMonday marked another night of violence on the subway.
MTA Study Finds Limited Police Presence At Subway Stations; Riders Split On More CopsNot satisfied with the police presence in the subway, the transit agency performed its own review, visiting more than 2,900 stations from May 15 to 24.
Human Resources Commissioner Steven Banks Talks To CBS2 About NYC's Plan To Get Homeless Off SubwaysWith transit crime on the rise and service returning 24/7, New York City is mounting a new and concerted effort to get the homeless off the subway, flooding three key locations with extra outreach workers.
MTA Set To Resume 24/7 Subway Service Early MondayThe Big Apple has taken another step in its comeback. The subway system is about to resume 24-hour service. But concerns remain about safety following a string of violent crimes.
With Crime Soaring, Return Of 24-Hour Subway Service On Monday Has Many Begging NYC To Put More Cops UndergroundA war of words has erupted between the mayor and the head of the Transit Authority about the need for more cops to make people feel safe.
Harlem Subway Push Victim Randall Weaver Describes Scary Ordeal, 'There's A Lot Of Loonies Out Here Now'A Harlem man was pushed onto the subway tracks while on his way to work last weekend. The suspect was arrested, but the victim says the city needs to do much more to keep riders safe.
Police: Emotionally Disturbed Man Barricades Himself In J Train Subway CarA man held an empty train car hostage Wednesday morning, shutting down subway service for an hour and a half.
Subway Mayhem: NYPD Searching For Multiple Suspects In 3 Separate Attacks In Last Few WeeksPolice have released surveillance video of three more suspects they're looking for in a series of unrelated subway attacks.
New York City Subway Service Hours Expanding; Shutdown For Cleaning Will Soon Be 2 a.m. - 4 a.m.As of Monday, Feb. 22, the New York City subway will shut down for just two hours a night for cleaning.
Army Veteran Recounts Deadly Encounter With Emotionally Disturbed Man Inside New York City Subway StationThe 55-year-old was at the station and saw the push. As bystanders screamed to stop the oncoming train, the Army veteran jumped onto the tracks to help the victim.
NYPD: At Least 24 Subway Cars Across Multiple Lines Hit With GraffitiIt was a busy weekend for graffiti artists elaborately painting on subway trains.
Exclusive: Brooklyn Subway Shove Victim Tells Of Harrowing Ordeal, Says Empathy Needed For People With Mental IllnessA man who got pushed off a subway platform in Brooklyn is talking about his terrifying experience.