Buses in the borough are 3 percent slower since 2015, according to an MTA statement
A pilot program will provide a space for street vendors inside empty subway station retail spaces
The city and the MTA will once again examine improving transit options in one of Brooklyn’s overlooked areas
The program will go into effect no earlier than 2020
There are just a few days left to include a traffic surcharge in the upcoming state budget
The ruling is a watershed moment for mobility restricted New Yorkers, advocates say
Calls for a tax on pricey second homes have increased recently
Only one bus line in the five boroughs earned an ‘A’ grade
Corey Johnson’s call for reforming the "Frankenstein’s monster of transit subsidiaries" that is the MTA
High-tech vending machines could replace your local subway newsstand
The plan calls for enacting congestion pricing as a dedicated revenue source
But improvements can’t continue without a dedicated revenue source, such as congestion pricing, officials argue
The wooden beam narrowly missed piercing the driver
Congestion pricing can help fix the subways, but it won’t happen overnight
The un-shutdown will still begin on April 27, but much else has changed
The Manhattan Borough President’s office reviewed conditions at 42 accessible stations in a new survey
Just 118 of the city’s 472 subway stations are accessible— that’s unacceptable.
Say a temporary goodbye to weekend Manhattan-Brooklyn L train service.
The 15-month shutdown may have been averted, but problems for commuters will likely remain
The agency’s board want to look at alternatives to fare increases
The Empire State Development Corporation will collaborate with the MTA to plan and expedite the project
The agency’s SPEED Unit is working hard to make commutes less slow
MTA board members grilled engineers on Cuomo’s surprise anti-shutdown plan at an emergency meeting
230 morning rush hour rides were marred by signal issues last year despite the MTA’s Subway Action Plan
The project is now aiming for a 2022 completion date.
The NYCT president said he will not be "steamrolled" into rushing a review of the suddenly-announced plan
New York State Senator Charles Schumer says that the city’s economy and the MTA could be strained if the shutdown continues
NYC should still move forward with cycling network, transit service, and pedestrian safety improvements developed to mitigate the shutdown—even if it never happens
The Fair Fares program is planning to expand to another 130,000 New Yorkers in April.
"Subway riders are sick of being lied to and jerked around"
The Fair Fares program was slated to begin on January 1.
Two of the Washington Heights stations will be closed for up to a year.
"I need, personally, to feel confident in that decision"
The governor’s tour is expected to last from midnight to 1:30 a.m. on Friday.