The project was completed nearly $100 million under budget.
A new exhibit shows what it took to vein our city with subway tunnels
How to know if you’re eligible and how to apply.
Transit advocates weigh in on how the New York City Transit head’s departure may affect New Yorkers
In just two years, the New York City Transit chief made important strides in improving New Yorkers’ commutes.
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
The work is part of a series of upgrades to the station and 14th Street
Whether you love old maps, vintage signage, or hot dudes reading, these Instagram accounts devoted to the subway system have you covered.
Transit officials are testing new accessibility measures on the Brooklyn station
"A simple bus or subway ride shouldn’t cost us our civil rights," says the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project
There’s a light at the end of the tunnel for L train riders.
This would make it easier for the MTA to partner with private developers on station upgrades.
Blue Crow Media’s latest NYC map highlights subway art and architecture
Several stations across the five boroughs will soon become ADA accessible.
"It’s like the CIA has taken charge of the future of the subways," said a government accountability advocate
The train line will almost entirely close during one upcoming weekend
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
The delay along the MTA’s numbered lines comes in the midst of a heat wave that’s broiling the city
"That easily could have resulted in the loss of a life, and we need answers"
The horrifying video shows a commuter nearly knocked off a platform by torrential rain
The service cuts are part of the MTA’s larger repairs to the Canarsie Tunnel
More than 80 percent of trains arrived on time in June
Four express F trains will run during the morning and evening rush hours in Brooklyn
The New York Times created a data visualization that shows the unpredictability of subway commutes
"This is stupid, it’s dangerous, it’s selfish and it’s gotta stop," said NYCT President Andy Byford
The class action suit follows a federal judge’s landmark March ruling in disability advocates favor
Everything you need to know about the 15-month closure of service between Brooklyn and Manhattan.
The short answer? Not really.
How much will it cost? What’s happening with buses? And will it really be okay?