Wheely gives the elevator status of every wheelchair- and stroller-accessible station in the city.
A man was hit by a Bronx-bound 5 train at the 59th Street-Lexington Avenue station, officials said.
The broken rail was found Tuesday along the F line during a routine inspection north of 36th Street.
The delivery was made in December and included the rail involved with last week's derailment.
Officials said the rail that broke was installed in March.
MTA announced that it will suspend a plan to clean subway cars Monday morning.
No injuries were reported in the manhole fire at 49th Street and Seventh Avenue Thursday morning.
Construction and maintenance work will bring changes to the 6, A, C, E, F, G, J, L, N, Q and R lines.
New MTA signs show where G trains stop, but straphangers say they still have to run to catch the train.
The misspelled signs were replaced Wednesday afternoon, according to the MTA.
Community Board 7 members want fares collected off the bus to make service faster.
Train lines on the Upper West Side will be fully connected with wi-fi service by the end of the year.
Some $250,000 was allocated to install a pigeon mitigation system in Woodside and Sunnyside.
Twenty-five musicians were picked by the MTA to take part in their Music Under New York program.
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