The MTA board has formally passed its latest five-year, $26 billion capital spending plan. But while some new projects were included, the Second Avenue Subway was the big loser.
The Port's board took what it's calling an "important first step" in replacing its aging bus terminal. But there are a lot of unknowns.
The agency's viewpoint-neutral ad policy was supposed to fix a problem. But enforcing it has raised new issues.
When NJ Transit announced it was slashing some service due to budget cuts, it didn't mention all the specifics. Now the reality of new late-night service is infuriating some riders.
The mayor and governor agreed on how to fund billions of dollars' worth of transit goodness. But you probably won't notice where the money's going. At least not yet.
Mayor de Blasio says he won't spend more city money on the MTA until the governor promises not to divert it. Cuomo calls that concern "a joke." Who's right?
Two people hurt in a subway derailment last month are blaming the city and the MTA for their injuries. It's the latest — and most novel — wrinkle in the MTA's ongoing funding impasse.
Buses move more people into the city from New Jersey each morning than NJ Transit trains do. But they don't have any good place to drop them off.
Sandy taught New York's MTA and New Jersey Transit a costly lesson, but both agencies say they're in better shape now to weather a storm.
The subways will be running — but bus service is impacted. The list of NYC street closures is four pages long. And driving into Manhattan? Find another way in. We'll show you how.
At an otherwise sleepy committee meeting, the MTA's chief threatened to cut funding for transit projects in NYC because Mayor de Blasio hasn't committed enough money to the agency.
Bike sharing was supposed to transform the way New Yorkers got around, but its first two years have been bumpy. Will the third be better?
The new subway station opened Sunday to much fanfare, but the celebratory atmosphere couldn't entirely disguise some ongoing tension over the MTA's capital funds.
The long-sought dream of the Bloomberg administration to develop Manhattan's Far West Side takes a big step forward this weekend.
When we last checked in with the R32s — the oldest subway cars in the MTA system — the agency said they'd be replaced in 2017. But now it looks like you'll be riding them until 2022.
A case filed by the city's Commission on Human Rights claims the driver told a black woman he was off-duty and proceeded to pick up two white women.
Speaking Wednesday, Governor Cuomo said the real beneficiary of the MTA's capital plan is the NYC region, not the whole state.
The agency meant to foster regional cooperation says it needs more information if discussions "are to be fruitful."
Following four days of NJ Transit misery this week, the head of Amtrak came to New York Friday to see first-hand what the problems are.
The de Blasio administration has avoided taking a position on the latest iteration of a congestion pricing plan — until now. But the governor was quick to react.