MTA Plans Public Hearings On Upcoming Fare Hikes From Harlem To Hollis

Curbed reports that like death and taxes, MTA fare hikes are, unfortunately, a fact of life—and another one is looming, with the transit authority set to raise prices for its subways, buses, commuter rail lines, and bridge and tunnel tolls. Continue Reading →

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Harlem Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez On The Resignation Of MTA Chairman Joe Lhota

Uptown representative Ydanis Rodriguez (left) responds to MTA Chairman Joe Lhota:

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“Good luck to former MTA Chairman Joe Lhota. I wish him the best on his future endeavors…”

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Individual Dies On Harlem Subway Tracks

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Patch reports that a person died Wednesday afternoon on the tracks of a Harlem subway station, an NYPD spokeswoman said. Continue Reading →

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MTA’s ‘Major Incidents’ Caused Just 11% Of Subway Delays From Harlem To Hollis In August

NY Curbed reports that if you commute on the city’s subway on a regular basis, chances are you’ve been affected by subway delays at some point in time. Continue Reading →

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MTA Details Of Harlem Second Avenue Subway

As the Metropolitan Transit Authority slowly but surely moves ahead with plans to extend the new Second Avenue Subway line up through East Harlem, it’s letting neighborhood resident and businesses know how the new subway could affect them. Continue Reading →

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1 Train Service Is Suspended Due To Signal Problems (Updated)

Due to signal problems, the 1 train MTA service is suspended between 168th Street and 96th Street in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

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Due To Weather Conditions Harlem Services Are Suspended On The Metro-North Line

Due to weather conditions from strong winds and heavy rain are expected that can cause flying debris, turn unsecured objects into projectiles, and cause power outages on all Harlem, Hudson, and New Haven Line services are suspended on the Metro-North Railroad. Continue Reading →

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Busing As Work On Harlem Line Continues

Patch reports that in May, Metro-North customers on the upper Harlem Line will have to deal with substitute bus service and some schedule changes. Continue Reading →

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Disability Rights Protest Derails MTA Event In East Harlem

NY1 reports things went off the rails at a meeting in East Harlem on Thursday where MTA chairman Joe Lhota was set to discuss the future of the city’s crumbling subway system. Continue Reading →

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Harlem Subway Staircase Transforms Into Waterfall

Patch reports that a Harlem subway station had to be shut down Monday morning due to massive flooding, the MTA announced. Continue Reading →

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Harlem Residents And Others Protest MTA’s Station Enhancement Plan

The MTA began its “Enhanced Station Initiative” on Monday, with the 110th Street stop on the B and C lines set to be closed for roughly six months. Continue Reading →

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MTA Worker Dies After Fall In East Harlem

ABC reports that an MTA worker died while on the job at 125th Street on the Lexington Avenue line early Tuesday morning after falling nine feet and hitting his head while doing debris pickup. Continue Reading →

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