New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced the recommendation of Deputy Mayor for Operations Meera Joshi and New York City Department of City Planning (DCP) Director and City Planning Commission (CPC) Chair Dan Garodnick.
The Second Avenue Subway project in the city is progressing into its second phase, as announced by Governor Kathy Hochul and the MTA on Monday.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced details of a public review process of the tolling structure that has been proposed for Central Business District Tolling.
HWM Partnership In a bold move to revitalize East Harlem, one of the greatest communities that brought us Al Pacino, Burt Lancaster, Erick Estrada, Tupac Amaru Shakur, Tito Puente, and many more.
MTA Arts & Design seeks images of artists’ previous work to review in consideration for a new site-specific permanent artwork, in conjunction with the Park Avenue Viaduct (PAV) Replacement project at East 116th Street in Harlem, NY.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) today announced that MTA Construction & Development (C&D) will award a $382 million.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced the recommendation of Frankie Miranda, Sherif Soliman, and Isabel Midori Valdivia Espino (Midori Valdivia) to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Board.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is currently hiring full-time Bus Operators for the MTA Bus Company.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, the Department of Homeless Services (DHS), the Department of Information Technology (DoITT).
Today, New York Representatives Adriano Espaillat, Carolyn B. Maloney, and Nydia Velázquez led a bipartisan group of 15 New York Delegation members
It’s not often you hear a transit authority encouraging people not to travel during the holidays.
The vaping industry has been one of the major growth areas of the past few years, yet the latest decision to impose further regulations on vaping businesses has thrown the industry into turmoil.
“There is no doubt that the service cuts and fare increase the MTA could implement will disproportionately impact low-income, immigrant, Black, and Latino communities who are already facing many financial challenges.
Service cuts of 40 percent. Longer waits for trains and buses. Fare increases. More than 7,200 employees from Harlem to Hollis permanently cut.
Commissioners Victor Calise and Lorraine Cortés-Vázquez were approved by the New York State Senate today.