MTA Calls For More Bus Lanes As NYC Prepares For ReopeningMTA officials say speeding up buses will help alleviate subway congestion.
MTA, Transit Workers Union Reach Contract Deal, Avoid Strike To Slow NYC Subways And BusesThe 8 million New Yorkers who depend on subways and buses to get around can heave a sigh of relief amid the busy holiday season.
Subway Conductors Raise Concerns About Expired Safety MasksThe masks are meant to be worn during an emergency so workers can breathe properly and lead passengers to safety.
MTA, Transit Workers Union Reach Tentative Deal Hours After Contract ExpiresThe Metropolitan Transit Authority and the transit workers unions have struck a tentative deal after hours of contract negotiations that lasted through the night.
Report: Bedbug Problem Aboard N Train Subway Line May Be Worse Than Originally FearedThe New York Daily News reported that bedbugs were found in a fourth car and in the lockers of two N train crew workers, as well as at a conductor's home.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Brokers Tentative Deal Between MTA, Transit Workers UnionTransit officials and the union representing an estimated 34,000 New York City subway and bus workers have reached a tentative contract deal.
Police Search For Man Accused Of Assaulting MTA Bus Driver With Hot CoffeeAccording to the MTA, the driver operating the B67 bus asked a man who was getting a cup of coffee to move his car, which was parked near the intersection of 7th Avenue and Prospect Avenue. The driver became irate, according to the MTA, and hurled his hot coffee at the driver.
10 MTA Workers Charged, Accused Of Faking Signal Inspections Prosecutors said eight signal maintainers were charged Monday with tampering with public records. Two of their supervisors were charged Friday with record tampering and official misconduct. All have pleaded not guilty.