The driver of a New York City bus that plunged off a bridge has been suspended after refusing a drug and alcohol test.
An MTA bus careened off a road in the Bronx and was left dangling from an overpass seriously injuring the driver.
Will Pepe was in federal custody and was scheduled to make an initial court appearance Wednesday at the federal court in White Plains.
Federal regulators say the railroad industry has installed an automatic braking system on nearly 58,000 miles of track where it is required ahead of a yearend deadline.
New York's two commuter railroads have met a federally mandated deadline to install an emergency braking system.
De Blasio has been pleading for a federal bailout to weather the COVID-19 pandemic but he claims his calls for help have mostly gone unanswered.
The MTA has approved a budget that doesn't include threatened service cuts and fare hikes, though officials say those options remain a possibility.
As the coronavirus rages across the U.S., grocery workers, health care professionals, university staffers, cleaning crews and others who don’t have the option to work from home must weigh safety against affordability when deciding how best to commute to their jobs.
Five MTA workers who were some of the agency's highest-paid employees in recent years are accused of racking up more than $1 million in overtime pay for hours they never worked.
Dupree G.O.D says he was making a tribute to Wu-Tang Clan by shooting a flamethrower from the top of an occupied city bus.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is warning mass transit riders that severe service cuts and layoffs of agency employees are possible.
Without $12B in stimulus funds, the MTA says it could begin major service cuts and layoffs.
Nearly one in four of New York City's MTA workers may have contracted coronavirus, a much higher number than previously reported, a new study found.
Mass transit riders in New York already facing fare increases next year and in 2023 could face drastic service cuts if the federal government doesn't help.
The Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant has closed again just 12 days after it reopened from its 7-month shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
A secret 'man cave' with TV, fridge, and bed was found under Grand Central Terminal.
Three MTA employees have been accused of creating a secret room at Grand Central Station into a private “man cave.”
The MTA is hoping for a nearly $3B loan from the government as it hopes to stave off massive service cuts.
With ridership way down due to the pandemic, the MTA is facing an epic budget crisis and is threatening massive service cuts to make up the difference.
The MTA is banning defecating inside subway trains and stations.