With rising concerns over safety on New York City's subways, the NYPD is now beefing up patrols in the subway system.
The NYPD has released surveillance video of the suspect in a vicious assault of an off-duty subway conductor walking away from the scene.
The subway system has an image problem to contend with since the start of the pandemic. The mayor's office and NYPD said overall crime is down on the subway. But per million riders, major felonies are up.
New York State will begin a major reopening on May 19 and around-the-clock subway service will resume May 17.
Send more police officers into the subway system! That is the message from some of the city’s largest labor unions to Mayor Bill de Blasio.
The LIRR will start phase 1 of its project next month on the Oyster Bay line, where trains run on diesel.
A new survey shows New York City subway riders are increasingly concerned about crime and harassment in the subway system.
Tolls for E-ZPass drivers jumped from $6.12 to $6.55, while the charge for drivers who pay their tolls by mail rose from $9.50 to $10.17.
A total of 2,009,025 subway rides were taken on April 8, the MTA said in a statement.
Federal officials have given New York the go-ahead to resume preparations to implement extra tolls for vehicles entering Manhattan to reduce congestion. The plan stalled over a lack of guidance from the federal government on the environmental review process.
The NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force wants the public's help identifying a man seen in a horrifying video beating another man unconscious aboard a subway.
In the suit, the union argues that overcrowding on subway trains during the pandemic violates the MTA's legal duty to the safety and convenience of hte public.
After backlash from riders and elected officials, the LIRR is reverting to its previous train schedule on March 29. But some say that isn't soon enough.
Will Pepe, who is facing a federal indictment, has lost his job at an MTA train yard in
New York City's plan to charge drivers for using the busiest streets in the five boroughs is back on track, courtesy of the Biden Administration.
The $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package known as the American Rescue Plan could bring a new $1,400 check for most Americans. Here's what we know.
The NYPD is searching for the man who threw a hot liquid at the face of an MTA bus driver in the Bronx.
This week, appointments at both locations are set aside for people from certain ZIP codes. After that, the sites will open up to eligible residents throughout the rest of the borough in which they're located.
Toll prices on the MTA's seven bridges and two tunnels will increase on April 1.
Police investigated two more apparent random attacks in the subway system on Tuesday.