NYC subway chief Andy Byford resigns after 2 years

The man who earned the unlikely nickname “Train Daddy” as chief of New York City’s beleaguered transit agency announced Thursday that he was taking himself out of service, resigning after two years of trying to improve the Big Apple’s often frustrating subway and bus systems.

NYPD responds to probe of racial bias in subway fare policing

The New York Police Department released new data showing black and Hispanic people account for the vast majority of its fare-related summonses and arrests. Now the state's attorney general is looking into possible racial bias in the policing of the subways.

MTA votes to hire more cops

18 of 21 MTA board members voted Wednesday in favor of hiring 500 additional MTA Police officers to patrol subways and Long Island Railroad and Metro-North platforms in the coming year.