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As questions over subway fixes loom, lawmakers demand funding

It’s been one year since Governor Cuomo declared a state of emergency on the subway

How worried should you be about crumbling subway stations?

In the wake of this week’s ceiling collapse at Brooklyn’s Borough Hall station, you might be wondering how safe your subway stop really is.

NYC’s school zone speed cameras may disappear after inaction from state pols

Mayor Bill de Blasio and transit advocates blasted the state’s lack of decision

The Borough Hall subway station is literally collapsing

The ceiling came down just after 3 p.m.

MTA will roll out MetroCard’s replacement next spring

The new contactless fare system will appear on the Lexington Avenue line and in Staten Island buses.

Queens CB votes against protected bike lane during contentious public meeting

The protected lane would run through Sunnyside, where a deliveryman was killed on his bike in 2017

City close to providing half-priced MetroCards for low-income New Yorkers

The Fair Fares program will operate as a pilot for six months, according to sources

What’s new at NYC beaches this summer

What to do at Coney Island and the Rockaways this season

Ditmas Park home as seen on ‘Futurama’ seeks $2.2M

Yes, really—this circa-1905 house is a little piece of cartoon history, serving as the inspiration for Philip J. Fry’s own childhood home.

Activists file suit to overturn Pfizer site rezoning in Brooklyn

The plaintiffs contend the city violated the Fair Housing Act by refusing to incorporate a racial impact study into its rezoning process