Just 131 of the 493 stations operated by the MTA are currently fully accessible to customers. The deal aims to make another 81 stations accessible by 2025, 85 more by 2035, and another 90 by 2055.
At least eight people were spotted riding atop a subway as it crossed the Williamsburg Bridge into Brooklyn.
An MTA bus driver was hospitalized in stable condition after an altercation with a man who forced open the rear door and attacked him.
A shorter commute for LIRR riders is anticipated by the end of the year. Gov. Kathy Hochul said Tuesday that the Grand Central Madison terminal and the East Side Access project were nearing completion.
50,000 commemorative MetroCards featuring Biggie Small's portrait on the reverse. These cards go on sale on what would have been the late rap legend's 50th birthday.
Ridership on the New York City Subway topped 3.6 million on May 18, the most since the pandemic began.
A couple who apparently were upset they couldn't get on a bus in between stops brutally attacked the driver.
The CDC is doubling down on its recommendation that Americans keep wearing well-fitting masks when inside airports and stations, and on planes, trains, buses, and other mass transit.
The MTA loses millions of dollars each year from people who evade paying fares and tolls and now wants to crack down on scofflaws.
An MTA patrol vehicle knocked down a utility pole, crashed through a residential property fence, destroyed a shed, and landed upside down in the backyard of a house on Friday. The driver was hospitalized.
Some members of Congress are frustrated by the lack of specifics regarding what happened with the security cameras inside a Brooklyn subway station on the day of a mass shooting.
Call it "mask confusion" as a dizzying set of rule updates on mask mandates in the New York City region are leaving travelers unclear where and when they need to mask up.
Although the federal government will not enforce the mask mandate for airlines and mass transit after a federal judge's ruling, the MTA is still requiring masks on New York City subways, buses, and commuter trains.
After the failure of the security camera system in a Brooklyn subway station where a gunman fled after shooting 10 people on a train, members of the City Council want answers from the MTA.
Frank R. James, 62, the suspect in the shooting of 10 people aboard an N train in Sunset Park, Brooklyn was ordered held without bail Thursday during his arraignment in Brooklyn federal court. He could spend the rest of his life in prison if found guilty of throwing smoke grenades and opening fire on a crowded train.
Seven months ago, the MTA announced that all 472 subway stations were now outfitted with security cameras. But on Tuesday, the cameras inside the 36th Street subway station in Brooklyn did not do their job when a gunman opened fire and shot 10 people.
Improvements are percolating in the New York City subway system. The MTA is trying to burnish its image with the opening of a coffee shop on the Q line platform at the 86th Street station in Manhattan.
If you ride the R train from or to Brooklyn, you need to know about these service suspensions due to switch replacement work that will last through June.
A group of parents is calling on the MTA to relax its policy requiring strollers to be folded on buses. The MTA said the policy is in place for safety and to allow room for other passengers.
New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority will receive an additional $769 million. Gov. Kathy Hochul called it a victory for New Yorkers.