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.

U.S. Supreme Court skeptical of Bridgegate convictions

The justices listened to arguments that the government had overreached in prosecuting Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni. Both were convicted of fraud and conspiracy for artificially creating gridlock in Fort Lee in 2013 after its Democratic mayor declined to endorse the Republican governor.

Long lines linger at DMV offices on Long Island

The crowds continue to flock to DMV offices on Long Island after the enactment of the Green Light Law. The DMV is urging New Yorkers to avoid lines by completing certain tasks online.

NYC parking meter problems

On Friday, the New York City Department of Transportation announced that it had fixed 1,750 of the city’s approximate 14,000 meters after a glitch prevented drivers from paying for metered parking with credit cards.