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Best Summer Hikes for New Yorkers Without a Car

Hiking with a dog, for a workout or to propose is easy for New Yorkers, even without a car.

Midtown »

Metro-North Requests Bids for Rental Car Service

The program allows riders to request cars at 23 Metro-North stations. 

Midtown »

Metro-North Announces Safety Reforms After December Crash

The agency has developed new systems for training workers, inspecting tracks and reducing train speeds.

Howard Beach »

Heavy Rain Leaves Roads Flooded and Drivers Trapped, Officials Say

The downpour drenched New York City with more than 5 inches of water, meteorologists said.

Melrose »

MTA Won't Increase Service to Melrose Metro-North Station Due to Ridership

But the station is stuck in a Catch-22, since passengers avoid it due to the low frequency of rides.

East Harlem »

Animal Shelter Flooded with Requests to Adopt the Train-Chasing Dog 'Tie'

Animal Care and Control is encouraging those interested in the dog to take home another needy animal.

Spuyten Duyvil »

Metro-North Engineer Took Cold Meds Before Crash, NTSB Says

William Rockefeller had an over-the-counter drug in his system that causes drowsiness, a report found.

Spuyten Duyvil »

Motorman in Fatal Metro-North Crash Suffered Sleep Apnea

An NTSB report is expected to show that William Rockefeller suffered from the sleep disorder.

East Harlem »

Three Women Killed in East Harlem Building Explosion

Three women were killed and at least 46 were hurt when the blast leveled two Park Avenue buildings.

East Harlem »

Track Worker Killed by Metro-North Train, MTA Says

James Romansoff died after a Poughkeepsie-bound train hit him in East Harlem, officials said.

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.

Midtown »

Cold Weather Disrupts Subways for Morning Commute

The disruption came just hours after major Metro North problems left commuters stuck.

Upper East Side »

Schools Open But Transit Slow After Storm Dumps Foot of Snow

More than a foot of snow fell on parts of the city, the National Weather Service said.

Civic Center »

STORM UPDATE: New York Digs Out After Snowstorm

Subways and buses are running, schools are closed, roads are slick, and there's no trash pickup.

Spuyten Duyvil »

Investigators Find No Evidence of a Crime in Fatal Metro-North Crash

The death of four people is a tragedy but it may not be a crime, sources said.

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