NYPD: Man Stabbed Multiple Times On 2 Train In HarlemDespite stepped-up police patrols, there have been more shocking attacks on the subways.
MTA Says Ridership Ticking Up, LIRR President: 'Solid Plan In Place' To Combat CoronavirusThe MTA says ridership is up this month over last. In April it was 9% of what it would normally see and the uptick this month is to 11.5%.
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.
Byford Enjoyed 2 Successful Years With MTA, But Reportedly Grew Frustrated Over Clashes With Gov. CuomoTransit Authority President Andy Byford became such a rock star here that his legion of fans called him "Train Daddy" and posted stickers with his picture.
Byford: New Subway Cars Removed Will Remain Out Of Service Until All Safety Concerns Are AddressedTrain troubles continue for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
Byford Touts Reopening Of 168th Street Station In ManhattanThe 168th Street Station in Washington Heights is back open after being closed for nearly a year for repairs.
MTA Inspector General Says Subway Station Ceiling Collapse That Injured 1 Could Have Been AvoidedIn June 2018, chunks of debris fell onto the northbound platform for the 4 and 5 trains. One person was hurt.
Transit Chief Byford: Gov. Cuomo And I 'Are On The Same Page'It was a quintessential New York moment on Tuesday. Byford greeting a bevy of Bronx politicians while the ghost of Gov. Andrew Cuomo looked on.
Quick-Thinking MTA Workers Save Woman On TracksTwo Metropolitan Transportation Authority workers pulled off a subway save in Brooklyn on Thursday, rescuing a woman who was on the tracks seconds before a train would have hit her.
Considering Serious Changes, MTA Board May Shift Transit Guru Byford To More Diminished RoleThe board is expected to get proposals -- as early as Monday -- on how to restructure the agency. That could mean a different role for city transit chief Andy Byford.