The Metropolitan Transportation Authority‘s new capital plan includes historic levels of investment to make our public transportation system faster, safer, more accessible and more reliable.
Chase has teamed up with Visa to help new New York transit riders get through the turnstiles and onto trains a little faster reports our source.
Today, the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) will be increasing their fares for riders.
Due to a switch malfunction at Harlem – 148th Street, expect mass transit disruptions on the 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 train service in Harlem, NY in both directions.
NY Curbed reports that vending machines loaded with snacks and travel-sized toiletries may replace newsstands at subway stations across the city, the Daily News reports.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced a proposal to transform the MTA and create dedicated and sustained funding streams for the agency from Harlem to Continue Reading →
Due to an unauthorized person on the tracks, 1 train service is suspended between Van Cortlandt Park-242nd Street and 137-City College in both directions.
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