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New York City Transit veteran honored with city-wide award

Bus| June 2, 2016

George Menduina, MTA New York City Transit’s VP and chief facilities officer, Department of Buses, received a prestigious award, which celebrates dedication and commitment to outstanding public service to New York City delivered at the highest level of excellence.

Mismanagement, service failures cited in N.Y. MTA paratransit audit

Accessibility| May 23, 2016

Tens of thousands of New Yorkers left stranded; 2.5 million pick-up and drop-off times may have been manipulated to show more favorable performance and less than 50% of one car service’s trips were on-time, according to the New York City Comptroller audit.

Bus| May 23, 2016

NY MTA introduces the first of more than 2,000 state-of-the-art buses

After more than three decades of bearing more than a passing resemblance to refrigerators on wheels, the appearance of North America’s largest transit bus fleet is undergoing a stunning transformation

Management & Operations| April 21, 2016

N.Y. MTA cancels APTA membership

Chairman/CEO Thomas Prendergast summarized the key reasons behind MTA's decision in a seven-page letter.

Management & Operations| March 17, 2016

NYCT's new head of subways works to move department forward

Wynton Habersham, a 33-year MTA New York City Transit veteran, has been tapped to take over the leaderhip of the Department of Subways during a period when ridership stands at record levels and system rebuilding and modernization projects are at the forefront of driving the agency into the 21st century.

Rail| February 29, 2016

No. 7 Subway Extension Brings Rail to N.Y.’s Hudson Yards

The $2.4 billion line lays the groundwork for a projected $20 billion in development for midtown Manhattan’s far west side. Its accompanying station links to 18 subway lines.

Security and Safety | January 6, 2016

Chronic New York train, bus thief seeks therapy

Darius McCollum, whose most recent arrest occurred in November after he stole a Greyhound bus from a depot in New Jersey, acknowledged to The Guardian that his obsession with buses and trains has gone too far.

Management & Operations| December 30, 2015

New York subway's 2015 highlights, lowlights ranked

The Straphangers Campaign released the top 10 best and top ten worst moments for riders earlier this week, with amNewYork putting the list in pictures.

Rail| December 15, 2015

[Video] Stations: A Quick Scan Through NYC

A new short film tunes into the subway for a quick scan through New York City. By collaborative filmmaking team, Snowday

Management & Operations| December 11, 2015

NYC Transit records one-day subway ridership milestone

The new record day was one of five days in October when ridership exceeded the prior year’s record, and was one of 15 weekdays with ridership above six million.

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