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Increased Train Service Helps New Yorkers Get Around for Fourth of July

The MTA will offer extra "getaway" trains out of the city, along with increased subway service.

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Plan to Launch Private Boston-to-New York Bus Line Raises Ire in Harlem

Joel Azumah says buses will leave four times daily from Harlem to Boston.

New York City »

Subway Ridership Rises, Despite Sandy Shutdowns

MTA ridership reached its highest level in 2012, despite the Hurricane Sandy-related disruptions.

New York City »

Planes, Trains and Automobiles Getting Moving Again after Blizzard

There were thousands of flight cancelations and train suspensions because of Winter Storm Nemo.

New York City »

Public Advocate Candidates Face Off at First Debate

The Public Advocate candidates faced off for the first time Wednesday night in Queens.

New York City »

Restored MTA Bus Routes to Hit the Streets Sunday

More than a dozen city bus lines that were cut in 2010 will resume service Jan. 6, 2013.

New York City »

City Councilman Proposes Legislation to Better Track School Bus Crashes

Councilman Robert Jackson wants the DOE to provide more information about school bus crashes.

New York City »

M66 and M42 Win Pokey Awards for Being City's Slowest Buses

The Straphangers Campaign named and shamed the slowest and most unreliable buses.

New York City »

Queens Midtown Tunnel Resumes Full Service After Sandy

Large trucks were allowed back in the tunnels on Nov. 16, 2012.

New York City »

All City Schools Reopen for Class, as Some Kids Share Space with Shelters

Relocated schools had just a 43 percent attendance rate on Wednesday.

New York City »

Nightmare Commute Has New Yorkers Hitting the Subways and Streets Early

New Yorkers struggled to navigate a transit system hobbled by Hurricane Sandy Monday morning.

New York City »

Yellow Cabs Accepting Group Rides As Transit System Paralyzed

Livery cabs will also be able to pick up street hails after Hurricane Sandy.

New York City »

Straphangers Will Have to Wait Years for More Subway Countdown Clocks

Straphangers who use many of the system's lettered lines won't see countdown clocks for 3-5 years.

New York City »

MTA Fare Hikes Could Raise 30-Day Metrocard to $125

The MTA unveiled its options for March fare hikes Monday.

New York City »

More Riders Feel Unsafe on Subways At Night, Survey Finds

Riders are more concerned about their personal safety at night, a new survey finds.

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