MTA to build subway platform gates at three NYC subway stations
The gates will be installed at three subway stops, to prevent people from falling or being pushed onto the tracks.
NYPD seeks man accused of groping 16-year-old girl on Bronx MTA bus
The man allegedly placed his arm around her and offered a ring that he had, but she refused to take it.
15 injured in East New York crash involving MTA bus, 6 vehicles
Mangled cars could be seen strewn across the street, with sirens wailing in the background.
MTA details fare hikes for Metro North, LIRR
A $20 peak ticket to and from NYC on Metro-North Railroad or the LIRR could jump nearly 4.5% under a new proposal from the MTA.
MTA proposes fare hike at finance committee hearing
The MTA unveiled its new fare hikes proposal which could go into effect as soon as Labor Day.
MTA testing new turnstile gates to combat fare evasion
The MTA is testing out a new turnstile in order to cut down on fare evasion.
Advocates call for expansion of Fair Fares discount program
The program gives a 50% discount on MTA rides for New Yorkers living below the national poverty line.
NYC congestion pricing: MTA's environmental assessment supports plan
A milestone in the process toward bringing congestion pricing to Lower Manhattan.
NJ lawmakers rail against NYC congestion pricing plan
Opponents of the city's congestion pricing plan say that it will increase air pollution in New Jersey and
MTA to boost subway service on nights, weekends this summer
The MTA has announced plans to expand subway service on 21 lines this summer, the first major increase in service since the pandemic.
NYC Subway alerts back on Twitter after week off
Service alerts for New York City’s subway, commuter trains and buses are back on Twitter. The country’s largest transportation network began providing service alerts on its Twitter accounts in time for the Thursday evening commute.
Twitter restores free access to verified tool, after MTA withdrawal
The MTA decided to stop using Twitter for service alerts when it announced that it would cut free access to official accounts, now Twitter is doubling back.
Here's how the $229-billion budget will change the lives of New Yorkers by 2026
The budget includes a lot of contentious policies; some say it will help New Yorkers, while others say the deal will give them a reason to flee the Empire State
MTA worker, 68, struck in head with broomstick in Bronx subway
The NYPD is searching for the group of women accused of attacking the MTA employee.
MTA budget nightmare averted
Subway and bus riders were facing significant fare hikes this year, but the budget deal reached in Albany seems to have solved a major problem at the MTA.
MTA no longer sharing service updates on Twitter
Riders looking for real-time updates are being encouraged to use the MYmta or Traintime apps instead of looking to the social media platform.
"The timing couldn't have been more perfect": MTA workers describe saving child from train tracks
"It was a normal Thursday coming out of the yard," Kennedy said, until he saw something drop from the corner of his eye and decided to slow the train down to get a better visual.
MTA reports 25% increase in trains hitting people in NYC
In 2022, there were 234 cases of people being struck by trains with a total of 88 fatalities.
Mother groped, punched in front of 5-year-old son on MTA bus
The NYPD is looking for two suspects in connection with the incident.
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The largest fire in North Jersey since 2010 is still burning, restaurants around the city are banning the use of cellphones in restaurants and more.