The MTA and MoMA collaborated on an installation celebrating the role graphic design plays in getting around New York City
Drivers will have a 60 day grace period before they’re hit with fines.
The audit highlights systemic issues within the MTA’s engineering department.
The massive undertaking is expected to be complete until 2040, says the MTA.
The transportation agency plans to cut its carbon emissions—but increasing ridership would have more of an impact
Subway ridership has increased 4.5 percent since last year, the MTA says.
Just like the rest of New York City, our 112 year-old subway system consists of many layers, each of which provides a glimpse into a sliver of the city’s history. Here's a sampling of the city’s most intriguing abandoned tunnels and stations.
A preliminary study outlines the barriers and costs associated with reactivating a stretch of Long Island Rail Road track in eastern Queens
"A simple bus or subway ride shouldn’t cost us our civil rights," says the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project
After months of legal challenges, the busway will finally launch Thursday.
Several stations across the five boroughs will soon become ADA accessible.
Four rush hour F trains will run express in Brooklyn starting today.
The abrupt change of plans from shutdown to ‘slowdown’ may increase costs for structural repairs on L train stations
The new efforts are part of a joint operation between the Department of Homeless Services and the NYPD
The last phase of the project to replace switches and tracks at 96th Street begins tonight
The saga continues
New Yorkers spend 1.8 percent of their income on public transportation
A City Council member has called on the MTA to install netting across the entire elevated portion of the N and W lines
Stretches including the 2, 3, 4, and 5 lines between Nevins Street and Utica Avenue will be targeted
Transit officials are waiting on the state to review their capital program to be able to release the details on those stations
Four startups are partnering with the MTA to launch year-long pilots
A new report by State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli surfaces some blunders made by the MTA, but transit advocates say it doesn’t go far enough.
The transit authority submitted their testimony opposing the lawsuit to stop the busway
The mezzanine at the Port Authority subway stop could be the first to see a transformation
Cars will mostly be banned from 14th Street during the pilot program
The city’s Fair Fares program has been gradually expanding since its January launch
"This is stupid, it’s dangerous, it’s selfish and it’s gotta stop," said NYCT President Andy Byford
Students in grades K-12 who currently get half-fare, bus-only MetroCards will receive a full-fare one
"This is a terrible mistake," challenged Comptroller Scott Stringer
Seniors and those with disabilities railed against the MTA’s original plan to cut 22 stops
The class action suit follows a federal judge’s landmark March ruling in disability advocates favor
The transit authority has vowed to convert its fleet entirely to fully electric buses by 2040
The transit authority plans to lease more than 100 rooftops to generate renewable energy
How much will it cost? What’s happening with buses? And will it really be okay?