A law that makes it a criminal offense to injure or kill someone in a crosswalk was passed unanimously last year. Now, it's become controversial.
Preliminary data from this week's deadly Metro-North collision shows the crossing gate warning system was "operating as designed," according to federal investigators.
Federal investigators are on site in Westchester County, trying to determine what was happening in the moments before a Metro-North train collided with an SUV.
A crowded Harlem Line train crashed into a Mercedes SUV in Valhalla on Tuesday evening, creating a fatal explosion — and the deadliest incident in the railroad's history.
Today's storm hasn't been deemed "historic," as was last week's blizzard. But if it were to be, could the subways stay open? We analyzed every segment of the system to find the answer.
Service on the No. 7 subway line was halted Monday morning after a build up of ice cut power to the third rail.
It's called Plan V. But Gov. Cuomo instead shut the nation's largest mass transit system down for the first time because of snow.
As expected, the MTA voted Thursday to raise fares and tolls. But before you fixate on the 25-cent increase, take heart: there's another way of looking at it.
The MTA is at least five years away from implementing its new fare payment system. Meanwhile, it has to keep the MetroCard limping along.
Alta Bicycle Share not only has new ownership, but a new name. Effective immediately, the company is now known as Motivate.
Something that wasn't likely to happen in the first place now really won't happen.
Governor Cuomo's DMV commissioner resigned last month. Now, transportation advocates want the department transformed into one that cares about street safety.
A judge finally hears what happened when an SUV ran over 3-year-old Allison Liao, then says he'd deliver his ruling in the future.
Credit card machines in New York City cabs suggest tips of 20, 25 or 30 percent. But it turns out many riders end up tipping 21 percent. Why?
According to the New York City Department of Transportation, fewer pedestrians died this year than ever before. But that depends on how you do the counting.
Barbara Fiala, who held the post since 2011, largely flew under the radar — until a tumultuous autumn had street safety advocates calling for her resignation.
You won't be riding D.C.'s streetcar on the first day of 2015.
New Yorkers, our long national nightmare of alarmed subway emergency exit doors is finally over.
As subway ridership reaches record numbers, New Yorkers are getting "gentle but firm" reminders about courtesy and spatial awareness.
The final round of safety documentation has begun, and there's a chance — a chance — that the system's opening could squeak in under the 2014 wire.