Who controls the MTA?
Who controls New York City’s public transportation system?
Ridership on the subway in New York City has plunged as the coronavirus pandemic has worsened.
Poll: Nearly two-thirds say 24/7 service will be a thing of the past
Bedford Avenue Subway stop.
A Senate win in Georgia could mean more funding for the MTA
New York City schools are closed.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
The LIRR Jamaica Station on September 14, 2020.
The MTA plans devastating service slashes to avoid confronting the root of its fiscal problems.
MTA officials are threatening a 40% reduction in subway and bus service if they do not receive $12 billion in aid.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
Mayor Bill de Blasio takes the subway on June 23rd to celebrate phase two of reopening.
Your best chance to stay healthy on buses, trains and automobiles.
Traffic jam on the Queensboro Bridge.
If commuters all take to their cars – or even just stay home – the MTA is doomed.
A subway car on June 8th during phase 1 of reopening.
The authority issues a new “challenge” for tech companies to keep transit safe.
Demonstration of UV disinfecting technology at the Corona Maintenance Facility on Tue., May 19, 2020.
Ultraviolet machines, antimicrobials and disinfectants are all at the MTA’s disposal.