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"You gotta do something about that, Mr. Mayor," Sanders joked to de Blasio about the wait for the train.

Midtown »

The 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, E, D, F, J, M, N, Q and R lines will all be affected.

Inwood »

Makers of beer, liquor and wine will no longer be able to buy ads in subway stations.

Midtown »

The Independent Budget Office recently measured delays during the morning rush for the past five years.

East Village »

The barriers would prevent people from jumping or falling onto the tracks, officials said. 

Richmond Hill »

She suffered burning in her eyes in what police are investigating as a possible hate crime.

Eastchester »

It wasn't immediately clear how the man, 65, had died, police said.

Williamsburg »

The two had been shoving each other in the Essex Street station Monday night, police said.

Astoria »

"For us, the subway has always been in a state of emergency," one disability advocate said.

East Williamsburg »

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

Central Harlem »

The old system will be fully phased out by 2023. 

High Bridge »

The brick punctured the bus and hit a 19-year-old man, police said.

Astoria »

"You're renovating and you’re really not giving us anything," one CB1 member told MTA reps.

Fort Greene »

The signal issue temporarily suspended service between Brooklyn and Jamaica Monday evening. 

Times Square & Theater District »

Broadway Junction, Livonia Avenue, Sutter Avenue and Junius Street had the highest arrest rates.