Modified MTA Schedules And Free Citi-Bike Services For Critical Workers

As the City continues to increase its measures to ensure that all New Yorkers are protected and isolated during these unparalleled times, our office keeps working to keep you updated with new and relevant information. Continue Reading →

MTA’s Coronavirus Plan Is Disinfect Everything From Harlem To Hollis Every 3 Days

Subways, city buses and cars will be sanitized every three days and turnstiles, MetroCards and handrails will be disinfected daily in the city’s effort to fight the spread of new coronavirus, the MTA announced. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Nominates Victor Calise To The Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board

Mayor de Blasio today nominated Victor Calise for an appointment to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Board. Continue Reading →

MTA Reports A Person Was Hit By Train At 145th Street In Harlem

A person was struck by a train at Harlem’s 145th Street subway station Monday afternoon, transit and fire officials said. Continue Reading →

Harlem Waves Goodbye To MTA President Andy Byford Who Resigns After Two Years

Andy Byford has resigned from the MTA. The New York City Transit president resigned after two years reigning over the city’s subways and buses, the MTA announced Thursday. Continue Reading →

MTA Says, Person Hit By Train At Harlem Subway Station

A person is in critical condition after being hit by a train in Harlem during rush hour Thursday morning, the MTA said. Continue Reading →

Uptown Council Member Rodriquez And Others Hold Joint Oversight Hearing On Access-A-Ride Program

Today, members of the Transportation Committee, the Committee on Mental Health, Disabilities, and Addictions, and the Committee on Aging held an oversight hearing on the Access-A-Ride program. Continue Reading →


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