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Terrifying video shows a man nearly swept off a New York City subway platform by flooding inside a Queens station
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority blamed the cascade on a nearby construction site's contractor who didn't have equipment to handle the rain.
The Moscow metro is known for its efficiency and ornate stations. I rode it and found that it’s miles ahead of New York City’s subway syst...
The Moscow stations are cleaner, better ventilated, and more beautiful, and the trains are quieter and more efficient.
Most of the subway might be underground, but that doesn't mean there wasn't falling water beneath the streets.
New York is installing netting under elevated subway tracks where debris keeps falling onto streets below
After a piece of metal pierced a car's windshield and at least four other objects fell, local politicians urged the MTA to do act.
New York City has caught an alleged subway bandit who delayed more than 700 trains by pulling the emergency brake
Isaiah Thompson was arrested in Brooklyn Friday. Police say he's the culprit behind emergency brake activations that delayed more than 740 trains.
New York is finally catching up to the rest of the world and moving away from its iconic MetroCard. But there’s one glaring problem with the rep...
Visa and Chase have plenty of work to do in order to teach Americans to tap. Here's everything you need to know about the MTA's new OMNY system.
There’s an old, unused subway station underneath New York’s City Hall. Here’s what it’s like to visit.
There's no service provided to the City Hall station today, but you can catch a glimpse by riding a downtown 6 local train past its terminal stop.
New York is raising subway fares this month. Here’s a simple trick to get an extra month of savings.
Don't give any more money to the MTA than you have to.
Debris from an elevated New York City subway track fell and shattered a car windshield — and it’s the second terrifying incident in less t...
In February, a piece of metal pierced an Uber driver's windshield under the same subway line in Queens.
New York would become the first major city in the US to pay for infrastructure improvements using congestion charges.