More buses may be able to travel between New Jersey and New York City through the Lincoln Tunnel with the help of autonomous technology.
A new law allowing New Yorkers to get driver’s licenses without having to prove they are in the country legally is set to take effect Monday, though immigrants might still face hurdles in some parts of the state.
An elderly man who got into an argument with another man inside a subway station in Midtown Manhattan was assaulted with a belt buckle.
The subways and buses will keep running over the holidays and beyond. The MTA has reached a contract deal with the union that represents thousands of subway and bus workers.
As a livery cab driver in the Bronx for more than a decade, Orlando Lantigua knows some of his customers well.
Cars are now banned from 49th and 50th Streets between 5th and 6th Avenues during certain times.
New York Waterway has resumed mnost of its ferry routes. The Coast Guard had grounded most of its fleet.
Citi Bike will soon get its ebikes back. In April, Citi Bike pulled electric bikes from the streets of New York because of a problem with brakes.
A number of New York Waterway ferries were pulled from making trips in the waters between New Jersey and New York City over safety discrepancies, the Coast Guard said Sunday.
Community Board 7 on the Upper West Side will vote to ask the Department of Transportation to conduct a study to see if free street parking should be eliminated.
One community board on the Upper West Side will vote to ask the Department of Transportation to conduct a study to see if free street parking should be eliminated altogether.
Using mass transit to get around the city can be incredibly difficult for disabled New Yorkers. FOX 5 NY takes a look at exactly how hard it is by following 31-year-old Bronx resident Dustin Jones to his job at the Center for Independence of the Disabled in Union Square.
The New York-based ride-hailing app Juno shut down for good on Monday.
The MTA board is considering a major financial restructuring strategy that would include the firing of thousands of administrative workers and the hiring of 500 new police officers.
That time of the year has come again—when New Yorkers have to deal with especially terrible traffic in Midtown Manhattan because of the holidays.
Balky apps, bus windows that don't shut, rude staff and delayed and overcrowded trains were among a lengthy litany of complaints New Jersey lawmakers heard from advocates and commuters Wednesday night as they kicked off a probe of the state's troubled transit system.
A man and his dog were stabbed while on a bench inside the 14th Street station in Manhattan Wednesday.
Real estate giant Vornado will shut down all of its fast-food outlets and stores in the LIRR concourse at Penn Station during renovations.
A proposal by Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont to charge drivers to use a stretch of I-684 near Greenwich has left some New Yorkers enraged.