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New Yorkers were stunned to see footage of vagrants and thugs taking on an NYPD officer in a Chinatown subway station last week. Read More.
With the city’s gradual decriminalization of fare evasion, more people are either jumping turnstiles or walking through emergency-exit doors. Read More.
Over the last 18 months, the MTA has made some headway in addressing its declining quality of service. Read More.
The latest reports from the Metropolitan Transit Authority are even worse than expected, showing finances, infrastructure, and ridership all headed in the wrong direction. Read More.
With its debt-servicing and retiree costs continuing to rise, the MTA faces a worsening financial situation. Read More.
MTA chief Andy Byford spoke out last week about how homeless people and panhandlers are affecting the subway experience for commuters. Read More.
Exactly one year ago, Mayor de Blasio announced a five-point initiative to address traffic congestion. Read More.
City council speaker Corey Johnson has suggested that, with the state-run MTA doing such a bad job of running the transit system, it may be time for New York City to take over the job. Read More.
New Jersey rail commuters had a scare recently, when metal objects dangling from the tunnel ceiling pierced their train cars, causing electrical outages and resulting in a nine-hour service delay. Read More.
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