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The 1, 7 and L trains were deemed the best by the Straphangers Campaign.

Upper East Side »

The Straphangers Campaign gave out its 2014 awards for the slowest and least reliable buses in the city.

New York City »

Plans call for four percent increases over next two years. Public hearings are scheduled for next month.

Civic Center »

The Straphangers Campaign's annual report named the 7 the best train and the 2 the worst.

Woodside »

The F had more than 300 delay alerts in 2013, more than any other line, a transit advocacy group said.

Forest Hills »

Voters griped that the small type used on Tuesday's ballots was too hard to read.

New York City »

Andrew Cuomo is in no hurry to fill post. Train buffs say it's because Thomas Prendergast runs the MTA.

New York City »

MTA Chairman Joe Lhota is considering scrapping MetroCard discounts.

New York City »

The C train earned the lowest rating in an annual subway report card for the fourth straight year.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

The M50, which travels east-to-west through Midtown, is the slowest bus in all of New York City.

Manhattan »

The J/Z line landed in the top spot for the first time ever, while the C and 2 lines ranked last, according to the Straphangers Campaign.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Advocates will install the vintage-looking tollbooth to draw attention to lost revenue for infrastructure after tollbooths were removed.

Midtown & Theater District »

The R train beat out last year's dirtiest subway, the M train, with only 27 percent of cars qualifying as clean in a new poll.

Manhattan »

News Corporation is buying an education company Joel Klein championed while he was the city's schools chancellor.

Manhattan »

The "C" train was named the city's worst subway line for the second straight year by the Straphangers Campaign.