Mayor: 139 homeless people moved from subways to shelters

Police officers escorted people out of Brooklyn's Coney Island station, the end of the line for several trains, and told them they would have to board buses to get to their destinations. Cleaners carrying bottles of bleach then boarded the trains.

Daily NYC subway shutdown from 1-5 a.m.

New York City's subway system went silent in the early morning hours of Wednesday, as part of a plan for the normally round-the-clock system to shut down for train cleaning and to remove homeless people.

MTA preparing for massive deep-cleaning of NYC Subway

Beginning next week, for the first time in its 115-year history, the nation’s largest transit system will halt service with every New York City Subway line shutting down from 1-5 a.m. in order to disinfect the trains and platforms.

Cuomo to MTA: Subway cars must be cleaned every 24 hours

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has directed the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to make sure New York City's subway cars are cleaned and disinfected every 24 hours as the city attempts to deal with a rise in homeless people in the subway.