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Lenox Hill »

A new study of subway etiquette finds that New York riders aren't as inconsiderate as you might think.

Union Square »

Everyone knows that living farther away from Manhattan saves you money, but did you know how much?

Fort Greene »

We asked DNAinfo readers for their favorite spots on the subway. Here's what you told us.

Midtown »

The 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, D, E, F, L, N, Q, R and S lines will all be impacted.

Crown Heights »

The former U.S. congresswoman taunted the Democratic presidential candidate for her shoddy swiping. 

Midtown »

The 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, A, C, D, E, F, J, M, N and R lines are scheduled for service changes.

Inwood »

Manspreading, nail clipping or pole hogging; what's the most flagrant violation of subway etiquette? 

Financial District »

K train signs have mysteriously reappeared on the subway, reviving the ghost of a long-retired line.

Chinatown »

Director Maximón Monihan's first feature-length film is a "real New York story," he says.

Flatiron »

A recent study by Chase Freedom found that New Yorkers really hate touching subway poles.   

Midtown »

Turns out that the ugly black splats you see on the subway once served an important purpose.

DUMBO »

Is it rain? Is it sleet? Why can't the precipitation today decide?