Andy Byford

New York City Transit chief Andy Byford in August 2018.
“Train Daddy’s” sudden departure is off-brand for the governor.
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New York City Transit President Andy Byford resigned his post on Thursday.
The celebrated transit chief officially resigns from the MTA, after quarreling with Gov. Cuomo over the subways turnaround.
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Police minding the subway entrance.
Experts and politicians say there are alternatives to more policing of subway fare beating.
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The L train.
On Friday the MTA will begin testing out the new signal equipment.
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Kids participating in New York City's Climate Strike march in Manhattan's Financial District.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
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A subway at Coney Island
Experts say there’s a lot to like. But much of it won’t get done in the next five years.
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Platform tiles being replaced by MTA employees.
Experts weigh in on new proposals to shake up the embattled transportation authority.
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A new report has grand plans to slim down the troubled transit authority.
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1 train
The Fast Forward plan would modernize the subway system’s decades-old signaling system over the next 10 years.
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MTA president Andy Byford at a 2018 press conference.
Cuomo reportedly has it out for the man who’s saving the MTA.
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