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East Williamsburg »

The MTA says it will stop paying for the emergency repair plan at the end of January.

Red Hook »

The 16-mile streetcar would link waterfront neighborhoods from Sunset Park to Astoria.

Financial District »

The previous contract expired on Sunday, but both sides were able to get the deed done Monday.

Windsor Terrace »

Another worker was injured in the incident near the Fort Hamilton station, officials said.

Kingsbridge »

The MTA blamed the controversy on miscommunication and has since ordered all flags flown at half-staff.

Upper West Side »

The passenger tried to rob the bus driver, who was cut on the arm during the struggle, officials said.

Mill Basin »

Edwin Thomas was killed in Bed-Stuy in 2008 after a fare beater attacked him on the B46.

Bushwick »

New legislation would exempt MTA bus drivers from being prosecuted under the "Right of Way" provision.

Columbus Circle »

Hundreds attended the funeral service at The Church of Saint Paul the Apostle on Thursday morning.

New York City »

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

Inwood »

Leaders call for "stronger" safeguards for women after MTA worker said she was licked by her boss. 

Downtown Brooklyn »

The first ever National Transit Workers Assault Conference was held in Downtown Brooklyn on Thursday.

Manhattan »

The MTA will hold public hearings on a series of fare hikes that could raise the price of a monthly MetroCard to $104.

Manhattan »

Bus drivers who are spat on by disgruntled passengers are reportedly able to take months of paid time off.

Manhattan »

A round of 475 layoffs at the MTA were postponed by a court injunction issued early Thursday.