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Lower East Side »

Community Board 3 will consider a temporary moratorium on new intercity bus stops on Canal Street.

Crown Heights »

Upgrades are on the way for the second-busiest bus line in the city, the DOT said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Port Authority should build a bus annex even if it does not receive a federal grant, residents said.

Midtown »

The bus with 68 passengers on board hit a guardrail, police said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The $400 million Galvin Plaza Bus Annex would connect to the current terminal and the Lincoln Tunnel.

Long Island City »

Normal service was restored to subway lines that experienced delays Monday morning.

Washington Heights »

Commuters are waiting for buses that don't stop for them at George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal.

Midtown »

DC2NY's drop-off location gives the company an unfair advantage, competitors said.

Civic Center »

Transportation advocates are calling for countdown clocks to let riders know when a bus will arrive.

Greenwich Village »

Fifth Avenue was expected to remain closed to traffic between 12th and 14th streets for days.

Red Hook »

P.S. 15 raises thousands of dollars every year to hire buses for field trips, officials said.

TriBeCa »

The MTA said it will increase fares in 2015 and 2017 by 4 percent, not the projected 7 percent.

Midtown East »

The MTA will offer extra "getaway" trains out of the city, along with increased subway service.

East Harlem »

Joel Azumah says buses will leave four times daily from Harlem to Boston.

New York City »

MTA ridership reached its highest level in 2012, despite the Hurricane Sandy-related disruptions.