Coronavirus Update: Amtrak, New York Waterway Running Modified SchedulesThe MTA and NJ Transit are operating regular schedules Monday, but some public transit is adjusting while more people work from home.
Mayor De Blasio Signs 'Master Plan' Redesigning City Streets In Favor Of Buses And Bikes Over CarsThe sweeping agenda calls for transforming streets to speed up buses and make it safer for cyclists and pedestrians.
Section Of Baldwin Avenue In Jersey City ReopensA section of Baldwin Avenue in Jersey City that's been closed for nearly two weeks reopened this morning.
Norway Tests Electric Plane In Hopes Of Making Air Travel Go GreenBattery-powered airplanes may be the next step in greener transportation. Norway is looking to be a pioneer in the industry as the country has begun testing an electric plane for the first time.
E-Z Pass Changes Pose Potential Problems For Tappan Zee Bridge CommutersCommuters beware -- some changes to E-Z Pass could make your drive more complicated, and expensive.
MTA Proposes $1B In Cuts From 2nd Avenue Subway ExtensionThe MTA proposed a $1 billion cut to work on the new Second Avenue subway line as part of a new capital plan that is facing opposition from some city officials.
Pol: Light Rail System May Be Answer To Sluggish Queens CommuteCouncilwoman Crowley wants to use existing infrastructure to build a light rail system with hopes of easing travel times for Queens commuters.
Malloy: Relationship With MTA Has Improved Since Metro-North MishapsConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Friday he believes the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has a ``more respectful attitude'' toward the state in the wake of various crises involving the Metro-North Railroad.
De Blasio, Schumer Ride Subway, Urge Investment In Transportation Trust FundNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Sen. Charles Schumer are calling for increased federal transportation funding.
Shuttered Bridges To Stay That Way With New Jersey Transportation Fund DepletedInfrastructure problems on roads and bridges are causing great pain in New Jersey, and the source for funding to fix them is up in the air.
NY, NJ To Get $3.3B In Federal Funds For Sandy-Related Transit ImprovementsSecretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx said it's the last big chunk of Sandy funds the federal Transportation Department has to dole out.