Subway changes will affect the 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, D, E, F, L, M, N and R lines this weekend.
The additional service is set to start in December, the agency said.
The new system would likely have prevented a deadly Dec. 2013 Metro-North crash, Cuomo said.
The company agreed to wait until the planned DOT work was completed near the Manhattan Bridge.
The mayor says the area is one of the densest in the city not directly served by a subway line.
NYC's favorite receptacle for rage has a doozy of a page for the L train.
New safeguards include a new electronic logging system and increased safety checks.
MTA needs capital funding to keep up with demands placed on the aged system by increased ridership.
Subway announcer defies the rules of grammar in slightly shorter announcement at 5 train stop.
Riders Alliance will ask commuters for input and support for a petition to the MTA.
The Department of Transportation wants to expand bus-only lanes along 125th Street to Morningside Ave.
Anyone with a destination along the L train in Manhattan and Williamsburg is eligible for the deal.
Service was affected on the 1, 2, 5, 7, B and C lines Friday morning.
Here's how to get around in the subway system for the weekend of April 17-19.
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