Latest Articles Tagged "transit"

A guide to subway changes across New York City over Memorial Day weekend 2023.

Color-coding the subway map has been key in helping people better understand and navigate our city. But it was the end result of years of various designers and cartographers tinkering with disparate concepts.

The new exhibit in Vanderbilt Hall recounts the big ideas – and missed opportunities – that made New York.

The new filing from Manhattan federal prosecutors, which could have broad implications for parking enforcement, comes in a suit brought by disabled residents of a Bronx neighborhood who say the NYPD and other city agencies refuse to enforce parking laws.

The fiscal watchdog's analysis found that the MTA's finances are even worse than the transit agency has previously said.

Not since the IRT and IND joined the MTA has a pairing made this much sense.

New Jersey pols have proposed a bill that would block the state’s DMV from sharing info with New York. Empire State legislators fired back this month with a bill to charge $50 to drivers from “non-cooperative” states.

Mayor Eric Adams set ambitious goals for bus lanes and new protected bike lanes while campaigning for mayor. Both already appear out of reach.

The effort comes after Comptroller Brad Lander found the Economic Development Corporation failed to disclose $224 million in ferry-related payments over six years.

The 13,000 cameras, which cost a total of $5.5 million, will be installed on 6,455 subway cars over the next three years.