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MTA Chairman Asks City to Pay $3.2 Billion For Capital Plan

MTA Chairman Thomas Prendergast urged de Blasio to "stand up" for city mass transit riders.

Civic Center »

Cuomo Wants More Money From the City to Fund MTA Capital Plan

The city says they already contribute the lion's share of the MTA's budget with no control.    

Williamsburg »

MAP: See How Much Subway Ridership Increased at Your Station

MTA needs capital funding to keep up with demands placed on the aged system by increased ridership.

Civic Center »

Travel Ban Ends, MTA Service Resumes Tuesday Morning

Drivers returned to the roads at 7:30 a.m. after the storm dumped only 10 inches of snow on the city.

Midtown »

SURVEY: How Will the MTA Fare Hikes Affect You?

Tell us your thoughts on the new fare hikes, and how they will impact your monthly budget, if at all.

New York City »

MTA Proposes 4 Percent Fare and Toll Hikes

Plans call for four percent increases over next two years. Public hearings are scheduled for next month.

Jackson Heights »

Jackson Heights Subway Platforms 'Excessively' Crowded, Advocates Say

The Roosevelt Avenue station is the second busiest in Queens.

Downtown Brooklyn »

You Can Finally Ride the R Train Between Manhattan and Brooklyn Again

The R train's East River tube got $250 million in upgrades after it was damaged by Hurricane Sandy.

Corona »

Willets Point LIRR Station to Become Handicap Accessible by 2016, MTA Says

The $9.7 million renovation will include a new elevator and stairs with ADA-compliant guardrails.

Midtown »

How You Can Get to Work if LIRR Workers Strike

Shuttle buses, ferry service and free parking spaces near subways will bridge the gap, the MTA said.

Long Island City »

Wi-Fi and Cell Service Coming to All Underground Subway Stations in Queens

Wi-Fi will also be coming to the subway in Grand Central, Herald Square and Bryant Park.

Midtown »

MTA Chief Apologizes for Latest Metro-North Service Disruption

Trains were delayed up to two hours Thursday night after workers mistakenly caused a power outage.

Spuyten Duyvil »

MTA Announces Safety Fixes for Metro-North After Fatal Crash

The MTA put new speed restrictions in place after the fatal crash in The Bronx.

Spuyten Duyvil »

Feds Blast Metro-North Over Recent Safety Record After 4 Serious Accidents

The Federal Railroad Administration threatened to exercise federal control over the rail line.