For the rest of the summer, the New York City subway will become a haven for bookworms thanks to the MTA's new "Subway Reads" program, which celebrates the milestone of Wi-Fi in 175 stations -- including six in Brooklyn.
Rumors regarding the L train’s impending shutdown have been confirmed: There will be no L train service to Manhattan or in Manhattan for 18 months starting in January 2019.
Blast through the past on the New York Transit Museum's historic train cars this weekend. An assortment of vintage train cars will be gracing the B and Q lines for straphangers' nostalgic reveling.
The MTA is considering implementing an express F train, a decision which would improve and worsen the commutes of various straphangers, depending on their station.
As the subway system becomes increasingly overburdened by more and more straphangers, the MTA has turned to platform controllers to help decrease the amount of time dawdled during boarding.
A hundred years ago, a subway worker was expelled from a tunnel into the East River in a freak explosion — and lived to tell the tale.
More than two dozen homes and neighborhood stores including Little Mo and Harvest Cyclery will have to be vacated for six to 10 months or even longer while the MTA demolishes and rebuilds the elevated track between Myrtle Avenue, Broadway, Bushwick and Ditmars Street in Bushwick.
According to a new report, the majority of New Yorkers spend over 40 minutes commuting to work every day — almost double the 26-minute national average.
A proposal to ease traffic congestion and raise funds for public transit would impose tolls on every East River bridge, so Brooklynites would have to pay to visit Manhattan by car.
As Brooklynites continue to fret over a possible L train shutdown, at least one of the area’s luxury towers has come up with a tony alternative for its residents in the case of public transit deprivation.