Transit Troubles Plague Memorial Day Weekend CommuteService got back to normal on Metro North and the Long Island Railroad Friday night, after a series of separate disruptions earlier in the evening brought the holiday travel rush to a halt.
BTS Concert Goers Expected To Wait For Hours To Leave MetLife StadiumBuses are being brought in to assist with the transit nightmare, but trains can reportedly only move 7,500 riders per hour.
L Train Slowdown: Your Guide To MTA's Alternate Commuting OptionsHere's CBS New York's guide to avoiding the L train slowdown on mass transit
L-pocalypse Now: Long-Awaited L Train Slowdown UnderwayWhile it's not a full shutdown, train service has been drastically reduced on nights and weekends. 
Study: MTA Workers Piled Up $418 Million In Overtime Pay And The Latest Fare Hike Still Doesn't Cover ItThe study found MTA workers are putting in so many extra hours on the clock that the agency spent $418 million on overtime last year.
Pricey New Plan Aims To Put Buses First In NYC And Barely Speeds Up TrafficDe Blasio wants to give buses a push with a new $280 million city action plan designed to take the current average bus speed of 7 ½ mph and increase it by 25 percent.
Cuomo Forced To Defend Why Congestion Pricing Panel Being Kept A Mystery Until After 2020 ElectionVoters won’t be allowed to know where those lawmakers stand on congestion pricing and possible exemptions before voting to re-elect or oust them.
Downed Power Lines In Hicksville Snarl LIRR Train Service, Delays And Cancellations ReportedService on the Ronkonkoma, Huntington, Port Jefferson, and Oyster Bay branches has been temporarily suspended due to a downed power line in Hicksville.
No More MetroCards? MTA To Test New Fare System Where Riders Pay Using SmartphoneMTA officials have released their plan for a new fare payment system called OMNY, short for One Metro New York.
Meet The Signal Expert With The Plan To Fix NYC's Failing Subway SystemCalling him a necessary exception to the current hiring freeze, the MTA has hired an expert from outside the country to fix the city's beleaguered subway signal system.
What's That Smell? MTA Says L Train Odor Is Diesel FuelThe MTA says it has finally identified the cause of a sickening smell in L train subway stations.