The MTA will offer extra "getaway" trains out of the city, along with increased subway service.
Joel Azumah says buses will leave four times daily from Harlem to Boston.
MTA ridership reached its highest level in 2012, despite the Hurricane Sandy-related disruptions.
There were thousands of flight cancelations and train suspensions because of Winter Storm Nemo.
The Public Advocate candidates faced off for the first time Wednesday night in Queens.
More than a dozen city bus lines that were cut in 2010 will resume service Jan. 6, 2013.
Councilman Robert Jackson wants the DOE to provide more information about school bus crashes.
The Straphangers Campaign named and shamed the slowest and most unreliable buses.
Large trucks were allowed back in the tunnels on Nov. 16, 2012.
Relocated schools had just a 43 percent attendance rate on Wednesday.
New Yorkers struggled to navigate a transit system hobbled by Hurricane Sandy Monday morning.
Livery cabs will also be able to pick up street hails after Hurricane Sandy.
Straphangers who use many of the system's lettered lines won't see countdown clocks for 3-5 years.
The MTA unveiled its options for March fare hikes Monday.
Riders are more concerned about their personal safety at night, a new survey finds.
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