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The MTA plans to upgrade the city's Access-a-Ride program.

Financial District »

Lhota will once again lead the agency, which needs $3 billion to upgrade its subways, a report says.

Financial District »

MTA head Veronique Hakim apologized for miserable subway service.

Hudson Square »

Police said a man has been targeting women on the Spring Street subway platform, police said.

Bushwick »

Police are looking for the man, believed to be between 20 to 30 years old.

Union Square »

The change in policy comes after an incident where riders were trapped on an F train for nearly an hour.

Williamsburg »

The MTA released preliminary maps of how commuters may get around during the L train shutdown.

Melrose »

Derrick Wilson stabbed the woman, who was four months pregnant, and her friend, police said.

Civic Center »

The City Council's $50 million program to subsidize subway fares didn't make it into the final budget.

Williamsburg »

The woman got in an argument with the man for coughing, then followed him and attacked him, police said.

Concourse Village »

The boy was in stable condition after tumbling down the stairs at East 149th Street, police said.

Financial District »

The MTA will take on an additional $5 billion in debt over the next five years under the new plan.

Corona »

No. 7 train service was running with extensive delays Thursday morning, officials said.

Bushwick »

"Look what the MTA is doing. They're ignoring us," said one disabled rider.

Union Square »

State Senator Brad Hoylman is pushing for electric buses during the 15-month shutdown.