April 25, 2013
The victim, a 58-year-old, was pronounced dead at the scene and trains were delayed during the investigation.
April 16, 2013
Both agencies increased police patrols. NYPD gave additional attention to the subway system and NJ Transit reminded riders to report suspicious activity to the police.
March 11, 2013
The free passes, which will be distributed to more than 170,000 people over the next year-and-a-half, can be used for up to four free trips on the Staten Island Railway, the subway system or on local buses.
January 15, 2013
In an effort to save riders' lives, and save motormen from the trauma of running someone over, Transport Workers Union Local 100 is telling motormen to slow down their trains when entering a station to about 10 miles per hour. Agency management, concerned that system slowdowns may be considered a job action, ordered union officials to stop posting notices.
December 31, 2012
For the men and women who run the MTA’s vast network of subways and buses, Superstorm Sandy was a trial, not by fire, but by wind and water.
November 27, 2012
The total equals approximately one year of the transit system’s capital budget.
November 7, 2012
Subway service has been restored to most lines, but work continues to restore full service to lines that are currently offering only partial service.
October 30, 2012
New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (N.Y. MTA) and NJ Transit workers have begun to inspect, assess and repair of damage caused by Hurricane Sandy. N.Y. MTA began partial restoration of bus service. NJ Transit suspended all service until further notice. Maryland MTA will operate light rail, MARC Train, and commuter bus service on their regular schedules Oct. 31.
All agencies, including N.Y. MTA, NJ Transit, SEPTA, MBTA and Maryland MTA, are working to restore service as quickly as possible, but forecast delays, and some have suspended services for the rest of the day.
October 29, 2012
N.Y. MTA, NJ Transit and Maryland MTA all suspended service and track work for Monday. Agencies will assess system status and test critical infrastructure before making any decisions regarding the potential resumption of service.
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