Topic : New York City Transit

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Bombardier's N.Y. subway cars returned to service after door issues

Rail| January 28, 2020

The cars had been removed from service after two isolated incidents related to the door mechanisms.

New York City Transit chief Byford resigns

Management & Operations| January 23, 2020

Byford also submitted his resignation to the MTA in October, citing frustration with interference from Governor Cuomo.

Zero Emissions| December 16, 2019

All-electric articulated buses hit New York City streets

The vehicles are the first of approximately 500 electric buses that will be purchased as part of the historic 2020-2024 Capital Plan.

Management & Operations| November 18, 2019

NY MTA 2020 budget, financial plan projected to save $1.6 billion

Proposal also includes $253 million in higher farebox revenue than projected in the July plan due to increased ridership across system.

Bus| November 1, 2019

New York City Transit expands bus lane enforcement program

ABLE forward-facing cameras captures evidence of vehicles obstructing bus lanes to document bus lane violations.

Mobility| October 14, 2019

Mobility in Context: New York City

As the MTA’s largest-ever capital plan, the agency hopes to make over $40 billion in capital investments in New York City Transit.

Management & Operations| October 14, 2019

Q&A: NYCT chief reflects on career, current initiatives

Andy Byford was appointed president of the agency, the largest in North America, with almost 8 million daily riders, in January 2018

Rail| October 9, 2019

N.Y. MTA report finds subway can speed up by as much as 50%

An agency task force initiated a study that would lead to faster trains while prioritizing customer and employee safety.

Management & Operations| October 3, 2019

NYCT announces graduated fines for bus lane violations

Violations will be captured using a new automated bus-mounted camera system.

Security and Safety | July 22, 2019

NYC Transit to install netting under elevated track structures

Pilot will test whether and how the material may capture potential hazards, such as loose debris, while still allowing regular inspections of the structure.

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