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Financial District »

VIDEO: Large Rat Terrifies A Train Riders

Commuters jumped onto their seats to avoid a large rodent scampering around the Brooklyn-bound train.

Greenpoint »

Free Shuttle Buses to Serve Ferry Riders Following Greenpoint Ramp Collapse

Shuttle buses will run in Greenpoint from 6:50 to 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 to 7:20 p.m.

Financial District »

Broken Rail Shuts Down C Train, MTA Reroutes A Line

Southbound A trains were running on F lines in Lower Manhattan, the MTA said.

Astoria »

Man Struck and Killed by Train at Astoria N/Q Station

N and Q trains were stopped between Queensboro Plaza and Ditmars Boulevard Tuesday afternoon.

Williamsburg »

Mechanical Issue on L Train Caused Rush Hour Delays in Brooklyn

The malfunction on the L train at Montrose Avenue caused delays for commuters Thursday morning.

Williamsburg »

East River Ferry Sails Past 1M Passenger Milestone

The East River Ferry, which transports passengers around the city, has topped one million riders.

Manhattan »

Freak October Snowstorm Snarls Monday Morning Commute

Commuters coming into the city from New Jersey and north of Manhattan experienced heavey delays as train lines were delayed and suspended Monday morning.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

More Tapping Than Talking as Cell Phone Service Hits Subway Stations

The MTA launched cell phone service in six Manhattan subway stations on Tuesday.

Manhattan »

Bike Ridership Up 14 Percent Citywide, DOT Says

 More than 18,000 bicyclists were counted daily this past Spring, an uptick citywide, DOT statistics found.

Midtown & Theater District »

Growlers the Toast of Midtown

Beer Growlers are becoming increasingly popular across Manhattan.

Midtown & Theater District »

Craft Beers Chugging into Grand Central Soon

Beer Table Pantry is expected to open later this month with premium local and international brews.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Broken Turnstile Adds to Inwood Subway Woes

Construction at the Dyckman Station and a broken turnstile at 207th Street is causing headaches for straphangers.

Manhattan »

Schumer Blasts Christie For Killing ARC Tunnel

Schumer said that Gov. Chris Christie's decision was shortsighted.

Midtown & Theater District »

New Bus Company Wants to Roll into Midtown

A new bus company is pushing to set up shop in Midtown, but some say the area is already saturated.

Midtown & Theater District »

Chris Christie Kills Hudson River Tunnel Project, Again

The New Jersey governor killed the ARC Hudson River tunnel project, less than three weeks after allowing a grace period.