Tri-State Area Transit Tackles Latest Snowstorm; LIRR, Metro-North Reduce ServiceTransit agencies are stepping up their snow response as a storm predicted to bring between 8 to 12 inches of the white stuff slams the Tri-State area.
Family Of NYC Transit Worker Electrocuted On The Job Settles For $4 MillionA judge had already ruled that NYC Transit was negligent for failing to protect James Knell. A jury only had to determine the amount of monetary compensation for his pain and suffering.
Kittens On Tracks Snarls B, Q Subway ServiceThe search caused delays and service suspensions from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Full List Of MTA Service Updates, Including Metro-North, LIRR, NYC Transit, Bridges & TunnelsGov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced Wednesday when limited subway, Metro North, and LIRR service will resume.
Mom: Subway Conductor Ignored Screams As Train Pulled Away With Small SonIt’s a mother's nightmare: the subway car's doors slam shut, her son is on the train and she's watching helplessly from the platform. It’s a terrifying story of a mom who was separated from her son, even as she yelled for the conductor to stop.
New York City Mulling Using DNA To Catch Riders Who Spit On Bus DriversThe MTA has confirmed incidents of spitting on transit workers, usually on buses but also on trains, are happening about 14 times every month.
Man Struck And Killed By Train At Union Square StationPolice say a 69-year-old man was struck by a Brooklyn-bound L train. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Snow Continues To Impact Subway, Bus Service In NYC"We're trying to dig out our stranded buses. We're working very closely with the Department of Sanitation but many roads are still impassable," said Deirdre Parker of New York City Transit.
Subway Disruptions Strike AgainSubway riders can expect another weekend of delays and disruptions.
NJ Commuters Like 7 Train Extension PlanFollowing NJ Gov. Christie's decision to put the brakes on a controversial Hudson River rail tunnel, administration officials said they're considering extending the 7 train to Secaucus.
Police: Mind Your IPods On The SubwayIf you're used to toting a pocketful of gadgets everywhere you go, you're certainly not alone. However, police said that popularity turns owners of items like iPods and smartphones into a bullseye for thieves, particularly underground.