Consider this your comprehensive guide to transportation in New York City—from news on the NYC subway and the MTA, to guides on how to navigate New York’s airports and transit hubs, and more.
The tap-to-pay technology is rolling out to 37 more Bronx subway stations this month.
The tolling system won’t be up and running for "roughly a year."
Plunging ridership, service cuts, and deep cleanings: Here’s what you need to know.
The city is halfway to its goal of 40 miles of streets for May
The New York City subway will stop running between 1 and 5 a.m. to disinfect trains.
Look out for 100 new docking stations in upper Manhattan and the Bronx this May.
The move will help New Yorkers socially distance amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A new map shows how most NYC sidewalks are too narrow for social distancing
We asked experts how NYC could open streets. Here’s what they had to say.
City officials and neighborhood groups want a chunk of Broadway opened to pedestrians to make social distancing easier
Banning cars from some streets would encourage social distancing and help keep New York City safe.
Speed cameras are catching more reckless drivers amid the novel coronavirus pandemic
You should stay at home as much as possible—but if you absolutely have to get around NYC, here’s how to do it safely
"The fear is real, the threat is there, and the company is not helping in terms of minimizing the fear."
An $11 billion tunnel is the latest proposal to fix a crumbling stretch of the BQE. But that idea, and several others, won’t go anywhere without help from the state.
A look at proposals and lofty solutions to reconstruct a crumbling span of the interstate highway
The blue e-bikes are back after they were pulled over safety concerns.
Earlier today, the NYC Ferry welcomed its first commuters on its inaugural ride from Beach 108th Street in the Rockaways.
In 1854, a woman named Elizabeth Jennings helped kickstart the desegregation of New York’s public transit—and she’ll soon be honored with a statue at Grand Central Terminal.
A group of experts recommends shaving the ailing six-lane highway to four lanes, reducing the number of vehicles on the road, and—eventually—a comprehensive overhaul.
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 MTA and MoMA collaborated on an installation celebrating the role graphic design plays in getting around New York City
Ranking the walkability, transit access, and biking infrastructure in each of New York City’s boroughs.
City surveys found that NYC Ferry riders often earned six-figure salaries.
The plan as outlined by Gov. Cuomo would increase capacity at Penn by 40 percent.
What to expect from New York’s transit, parks, megaprojects and more this year.
Even though the bill passed in the State Senate and Assembly, Cuomo shot it down.
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The best architecture, biggest real estate deals, landmark battles, and more
The year that was, and what lies ahead in 2020
These major NYC projects have been in the works for what feels like forever—and many still have a long way to go