The NYPD says that a man has died after falling onto the subway tracks after trying to intervene in a fight in Harlem.
MTA showed off new measures to protect drivers and riders, including hard plastic swinging doors and vinyl curtains to be installed on buses.
Police are searching for at least one suspect following a shooting at the Simpson Street subway station in the Bronx.
Whether you live in New York full time or commute in for work, you can't deny that the city is different as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
After three bleak months, New York City will try to turn a page after getting hit first by the coronavirus, then an outpouring of rage over racism and police brutality.
Buses and subways should look different when the city begins to ease coronavirus restrictions next week, with hand sanitizer in the stations and social distancing markers in place.
The MTA detailed public health plans for when the city begins phasing in economic activity on Monday.
MTA Chairman Pat Foye announced a pilot program to use ultraviolet lamps to clean trains, buses, and possibly even stations.
MTA Chairman Patrick Foye said although the agency is facing a massive financial crisis amid the pandemic, he does not support a fare hike.
New York City transit officials say they’re providing buses for homeless people to shelter from unseasonably frigid weather this weekend during newly instituted overnight subway closures.
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.
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.
For those living in close quarters in city-run shelters, there’s fear of exposure to COVID-19.
Two men, both believed to be homeless, were found dead in New York City subway trains in less than 24 hours over the weekend.
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.
New York City will shut down its subway system each day from 1 a.m. to 5 a.m. to increase cleaning of trains and stations during the coronavirus crisis, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says New York City is shutting down its subway system each day from 1 a.m. to 5 a.m. to increase cleaning of trains and stations during the coronavirus crisis.
The governor has ordered the MTA to clean all subway cars every night, as the system’s homeless population has soared in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.
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.
New York City officials are creating more so-called Safe haven beds in an effort to get homeless people out of the subway system during the coronavirus pandemic.