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Civic Center »

A handy Celsius-Fahrenheit conversion table uses stops on the 6 line to make your life a little easier.

Flushing »

The thief snagged a sleeping subway passenger's wallet and took themselves to IHOP.

Midtown »

The MTA is testing out the first new countdown clocks in eight stations before a wider rollout.

Lower East Side »

The incident sparked overcrowding and significant delays along the J, M and Z lines, riders said.

Mott Haven »

The Riders Alliance launched their #FairFares subway tour Wednesday at 149th Street and Grand Concourse.

Elmhurst »

He shoved a phone under her skirt in the Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Avenue station, police said.

Greenpoint »

The MTA should run E trains north on the G line at the Hoyt Street station, advocates say.

Clinton Hill »

The MTA is testing the digital displays as it tries out a new subway car builder, a spokesman said.

Williamsburg »

"Bold action," will be required to deal with the shutdown of service between Manhattan and Brooklyn.

Upper East Side »

The MTA's independent engineer warns that the delays will have a significant impact on its opening date.

Bushwick »

Riders should see increased subway and bus service to handle the load once work begins in 2019.

Williamsburg »

The MTA opted for a full shutdown instead of the partial 3-year plan, officials said.

Bensonhurst »

The woman fell onto the northbound D tracks at the 71st Street station in Bensonhurst, police said.

Financial District »

On the one hand, your train is likely to be smellier; on the other, door hogs won't bug you as much.