Last month, NJ Transit and its rail workers reached a tentative deal, narrowly averting a strike. But it seems not everyone was happy with the contract. Now, two unions are balking.
Two competing figures prove just how important transit is in New York City: even though service continues to degrade, record numbers of riders are flocking to the system.
NJ Transit is currently $45 million in the hole, and it has to close that gap before June 30. But that's the least of the state's transportation funding problems.
According to an audit by New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, the city's subway system failed to meet arrival goals between 2013 and mid-2015.
NJ Transit's board voted to confirm former Amtrak official William Crosbie as its new executive director. He has his work cut out for him.
Just one week after getting the Port Authority to include a new bus terminal in its capital plan, New Jersey elected officials have a simple message for the Port: we're watching you.
The takeaway from Thursday's marathon board meeting? "Openness, transparency...and democracy are messy." No one who sat through it would disagree.
The MTA board approved its five-year, $26 billion capital program in September...of 2014. Since then, lawmakers have been trying to figure out how to fund it. Now it's crunch time.
The six-month-old Hudson Yards station is already plagued by leaks. And board members were surprised to learn that the agency knew of water problems back in 2012.
NJ Transit reached a tentative deal with its 4,200 rail workers last week. Now they have to ratify the contract — and that could take a while.
The agreement, which comes less than 30 hours before a Sunday deadline, averts a strike that would have paralyzed the nation's third largest commuter railroad.
Tonight's commute for NJ Transit rail riders should be normal. Monday morning's is not so clear.
The city's Department of Transportation is focusing on quality rather than quantity when it comes to new bike lanes.
Five days before a possible NJ Transit strike, Gov. Christie is out of town. But when Gov. Cuomo was faced with a LIRR work stoppage in 2014, he swooped in. The difference: tactics.
NJ Transit admits its contingency plans will fall short if its rail workers go out on strike this Sunday. So some suburbs are taking matters into their own hands.
Architecture critic Alexandra Lange likes the light and air the $4 billion structure brings to Ground Zero, but is still left wondering, "Why?"
As more and more people squeeze themselves onto subway cars, some of them might wonder: why did we spend $4 billion on a transportation hub that doesn't add more...transportation?
The North Brooklyn line will continue running for another two years . But when repair work begins, the tunnel under the East River will be shut down. Completely. For months.
Last June, Mayor de Blasio nominated three new members to the MTA's board. But Albany has yet to hold confirmation hearings — leaving the city's interests seriously underrepresented.
Last month's blizzard stranded some passengers on trains — and then angered many more when service didn't resume when the MTA said it would.