The city's first new subway line in 60 years is supposed to open next December. It's 82 percent complete. Now, things are getting interesting.
Following last week's deadly crash, Amtrak says it will have Positive Train Control in place by the end of the year. But it's going to take New York's commuter railroads a little longer.
The 6, 7 and F lines get special treatment as subway delays become rampant. (And straphangers on all lines get a video primer on why delays happen.)
Delays on the commuter rail roads happen almost every day — but this weekend's disruption on the Long Island Rail Road will be a little different.
The federal government stands ready to help the region build new Hudson River tunnels. But first, a federal official says New York and New Jersey need to show some leadership.
Face down oncoming traffic. Dive into a gap before the light changes. Peek around your A-pillar. Whoa! There's a pedestrian right in front of you.
De Blasio proposes to increase what the city chips in for transit, but the budget still fails to keep pace with inflation.
When the MTA banned political advertisements earlier this week, it wasn’t the first transit agency to try to do so.
Over the objections of some public speakers — as well as some board members — the MTA changed its policy so it could reject controversial ads.
It's been seven months since the MTA first announced it needed $15 billion to close a gap in its five-year capital plan. Officials say it won't rely on higher fares. So what has to give?
In the past couple of years, the MTA has had as many court cases dealing with free speech as it has had fare hikes. Now, it wants to accept only viewpoint-neutral ads.
Last year, every single station along the L line in Brooklyn saw an increase in ridership. Now, according to the MTA, a significant boost in service is coming later this year.
The agency says it needs to raise fares by about nine percent — and cut some service — in order to close a $60 million budget gap.
A dangerous stretch of Queens Boulevard will get protected bike lanes this summer as part of a larger plan to tame the chronically troublesome road.
Drivers, your choices matter. That's the message of a powerful video that cabbies and city workers will soon watch as part of their driver training.
The new head of New York's bike share company didn't mince words: “Things were broken when we came in.” Now, he said Citi Bike is tackling some of the system's biggest problems.
The drumbeat for affordable housing has moved from the streets to City Hall and, on Wednesday, into the MTA's board room.
Traffic deaths are down in New York City, compared to this time last year.
You've waited this long for the station at 34th Street and 11th Avenue to open. What's a few more weeks?
"It's like Cinderella without the glass slipper," a former conductor says. If subway lines were fairy tales, the C train is most definitely still waiting for its prince to come.