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

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

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

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

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The MTA unveiled its options for March fare hikes Monday.

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

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The service, which gives information on how far away buses are, has been used by 1 million riders

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See the full list of new and restored subway and bus service.

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The familiar yellow and blue logo on the city's MetroCard could be replaced by an ad.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Officials said the woman was transported to Bellevue Hospital, where she is in stable condition.

Heartland Village »

The S79 bus will turn into the S79 Select Bus Service and aims to cut travel time for riders.

Downtown »

Scott Stringer also called for the restoration of the commuter tax and an AirTrain to LaGuardia airport.

Manhattan »

The mayor agreed with former MTA chief Jay Walder that the system is lagging behind others.

Midtown & Theater District »

The MTA's new 34th Street Select Bus Service, which launched Sunday, confounded some commuters but thrilled others.

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Tour bus ticket-sellers say they're being forced to choose between losing their jobs or going to jail after a judge ruled that it's illegal to sell tickets on the street without a permit.