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After Nearly A Month, MTA To Resume Full Service As Staffing Levels Stabilize
Ridership is picking up as well.
7 hours ago
Suspect Charged With Murder In "Unprovoked" Fatal Shoving Of Woman Onto Times Square Subway Tracks
The incident came just over a week after Mayor Adams, alongside Gov. Kathy Hochul, released a plan to improve safety across the system.
Updated: Jan 16, 3:00 PM
Arts & Entertainment
A Skybridge, A Church, That Bar On The Corner: What The City Could Lose With Penn Station Redevelopment
The National Trust for Historic Preservation has called the project "hauntingly reminiscent of urban renewal strategies of the 1960s."
Jan 13, 7:17 PM
Feds Send MTA $6 Billion To Keep "Secret Sauce" Flowing
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer called this the largest lump sum payment to a transit agency ever.
Jan 12, 9:27 PM
Feds Nudge Second Avenue Subway Phase 2 Closer To A Construction Start
Governor Kathy Hochul said this means the project is in the "home stretch" towards construction.
Jan 7, 10:09 PM
Adams And Hochul Announce Agreement To Deploy More Police To Subways
They also promised teams of outreach workers and housing solutions.
Jan 7, 12:50 AM
Arts & Entertainment
A Brief History Of How New Yorkers Have Paid For The Subway
The MetroCard was introduced on January 6th, 1994, the start of a long goodbye for the subway token. But before all that, we had paper tickets and dime-dropping.
Jan 6, 5:50 PM
Hochul Promises "Inter-Borough Express" Rail Service To Connect Brooklyn And Queens
The governor made the announcement during her State of the State address.
Jan 5, 8:41 PM
MTA Continues Service Cuts As Omicron Fuels Worker Shortage
"The flipside is people are getting much less sick, and so many fewer hospitalizations, and people are coming back to work more quickly," MTA acting chairman Janno Lieber said.
Dec 30, 2021 11:14 PM
As A Parting Gift, De Blasio Opens New NYC Ferry Landing In The Bronx
The Throgs Neck NYC Ferry stop is basically only accessible by vehicle or bicycle.
Dec 29, 2021 7:39 PM
New Law Requires MTA "To Consider Bicycle And Pedestrian Access" At Bridges And Stations
Governor Kathy Hochul signed the legislation, which is to promote cycling and pedestrian access at bridges and stations, on Tuesday.
Dec 29, 2021 2:41 PM
MTA Cuts Back Subway Service As Crews Face “Dramatic” Increase In COVID Rates
The increase in cases comes as the MTA is already contending with crew shortages.
Dec 27, 2021 10:23 PM
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