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NYC Subways Eclipsed Old Ridership Record Five Times In September

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Having trouble finding a seat on New York City’s subway? There’s a good reason for that.

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority says the subway system broke its previous single-day ridership record on five separate days last month. 173 more words


NYS Comptroller Warns MTA Borrowing Could Mean More Fare Hikes

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is set to increase fares by 4 percent next year, but the hikes may have to be steeper, according to a new report. 472 more words


NYPD Assault Arrest Musician for Playing a Song Even After Verifying He Hadn’t Broken Any Laws Read

Why so many of us are very much in touch with the larger picture of what is happening on our planet, this article shows how extremely personal it all actually is! 927 more words


MTA's First Chairman, William Ronan, Dies At Age 101

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The first-ever chairman of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has died.

William Ronan passed away in Florida at the age of 101, CBS 2 reported. 96 more words


Two Trains Taken Out of Service as Bedbug Infestation Hits NYC Subway

If you’re a regular commuter or tourist in New York City, here’s some exciting news: Earlier this week, MTA officials discovered that three N trains were infested… 72 more words


Man Stabbed Following Quarrel On Subway In Brooklyn

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A man was in serious condition Wednesday night, after he was stabbed following a quarrel on the subway in Brooklyn.

The 26-year-old man got into a quarrel with a man, also in his 20s, on the C Train at Rockaway Avenue around 6:50 p.m., police said. 150 more words