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NY MTA mounted-camera program begins issuing bus lane violations

Management & Operations| December 9, 2019

Since camera enforcement on the M15 began, there have been improvements in bus speeds on First and Second Avenues.

NY MTA issues RFP to move forward on reorganization plan

Management & Operations| October 29, 2019

Invites vendors with specific expertise in four major categories including, police/safety, and construction/development, to submit bids.

Management & Operations| October 22, 2019

N.Y. bus, rail systems boost ridership, increase on-time performance

Subway average weekday ridership of 5.77 million in September was up 4.5% over the prior year, and local bus ridership of 2.25 million was 1.5% over the previous year.

Accessibility| October 17, 2019

New York MTA opens accessible station lab project

The new lab will test dozens of new features that make subway stations more accessible for riders of all abilities.

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

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.

Management & Operations| September 17, 2019

NY MTA proposes historic $51 billion to modernize bus, rail systems

Proposed investment is by far the highest in the MTA’s history, increasing spending on infrastructure by 70% over current levels.

Management & Operations| September 12, 2019

NY MTA's managing director, Hakim to depart post

Hakim has spent three decades at the MTA over two separate stints, with her resignation coming during a tumultuous period at the agency.

Rail| July 11, 2019

NYC subway on-time performance passes 80% for first time in 6 years

A contributing factor to the reduction in delays has been the significant progress made in reducing track debris fires.

Security and Safety | June 18, 2019

MTA to add 500 officers to NYCT to bolster safety, stem fare evasion

From 2013 to 2017, assaults reported by workers increased 15.2%, and lost revenue increased from $105M in 2015 to $225M in 2018.

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