Mayor de Blasio, MTA Announce First Ever Expansion Of NYC311 Service Into Subway System

Mayor Bill de Blasio, the Department of Homeless Services (DHS), the Department of Information Technology (DoITT). Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Espaillat Says Congress Must #SavePublicTransit, Lives Depend On It!

Today, Harlem Representative Adriano Espaillat urged congressional leaders to include funding for the MTA and transit agencies. Continue Reading →

Avoid Traveling From Harlem To The Hudson For Thanksgiving Due To COVID Risks, MTA Says

It’s not often you hear a transit authority encouraging people not to travel during the holidays. Continue Reading →

Senator Brad Hoylman Calls On NYPD To Wear Masks From Harlem To Hollis

Senator Brad Hoylman sent a letter to NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea on Monday, September 28 calling for the enforcement of a face covering the requirement for all NYPD officers. Continue Reading →

MTA Services Cuts & Fare Increases Will Disproportionately Impact Low-Income New Yorkers

“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. Continue Reading →

MTA Warns Of Service Cuts Without $12 Billion “Hole” In Federal Aid

Service cuts of 40 percent. Longer waits for trains and buses. Fare increases. More than 7,200 employees from Harlem to Hollis permanently cut. Continue Reading →

New York’s Contactless Subway Payment System Faces Delay

Due to coronavirus-related delays, New York’s contactless payment system — the One Metro New York (OMNY) system — won’t be available until the end of December, the Wall Street Journal reports. Continue Reading →

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