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Civic Center »

Legislation Would Require Businesses to Offer Pre-Tax MetroCards to Workers

New legislation would require businesses to allow employees to buy MetroCards with pre-tax earnings.

Astoria »

Queens Waterfront Bus Will Run on Weekends for Trial Period, MTA Says

Q103 service, which connects Astoria and LIC, will expand on an experimental basis starting in June.

Midtown »

Service Changes Planned for 15 Subway Lines This Weekend

Upgrades and maintenance is scheduled across 15 subway lines late Friday until early Monday.

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.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Manhattan Bridge Subway Service Resumes With Delays After Partial Shutdown

A train with mechanical problems on the Manhattan Bridge disrupted subway service, the MTA said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Service Changes Planned for 11 Subway Lines This Weekend

MTA work will affect the 4, 5, 6, A, C, E, J, M, N, Q and R lines.

Long Island City »

Cabbie Got 3,000 Free Rides Across Bridge by Tailgating Other Cars, DA Says

Rodolfo Sanchez coasted behind other drivers to get $28,000 in free trips, according to the Queens DA.

Long Island City »

MTA Ad for 7 Train Shutdowns Touts LIC as 'Best Kept Secret'

The ad will be displayed on posters and digital screens in the subway system, an MTA spokesman said.

Civic Center »

MTA Pulls Ad Thanking Cuomo for $4B in Federal Sandy Aid Money

An MTA ad thanking Cuomo for federal Sandy aid is being removed from subway cars, according to the MTA.

Bushwick »

Suspicious Package Disrupts M and L Train Service, MTA Says

Officers were investigating a large duffel bag that was left unattended in front of the Myrtle Ave stop.

Midtown East »

MTA Awards More Than $625M in East Side Access Project Contracts

Part of the money will be used to install communications systems in the new Grand Central LIRR terminal.

Inwood »

Long-Closed Dyckman Street A Train Stairwell to Be Repaired

The MTA is stepping in to fix the Dyckman Street A train station after the landlord failed to do so.

Long Island City »

MTA Reschedules 7 Train Work for Weekend of LIC Block Party, Arts Festival

The 7 train will run as normal the weekend of May 17 for the LIC Arts Open and LIC Springs! block party.

Brownsville »

NYPD Accused of Excessive Force in Arrest That Left Teen a Quadriplegic

Deion Fludd, 17, was paralyzed and later died after an arrest for fare-beating.

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