Uptowns Ydanis Rodriguez And Other Elected Call For Immediate Fixes To MTA Elevators

Following a week where elevators at the 168th Street subway station broke down on four separate occasions, elected officials and community residents are saying “enough.” Continue Reading →

Anti-Semitic Graffiti Removed From 1 Train In Harlem, Officials Say

Police are investigating anti-Semitic graffiti was found on a No. 1 train over the weekend in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

Subway And Bus Fare Will Remain $2.75 Following MTA Vote

Going against most predictions, the MTA decided not to increase the base fare for a single subway or bus ride from $2.75 to $3, DNAinfo first reported. Continue Reading →

Police Investigate ‘ISIS’ Graffiti In Inwood Subway Station

Police are investigating graffiti that says “ISIS” in an Upper Manhattan subway station. Continue Reading →

Rats, The MTA Has Decided To Raise Subway Fare To $3 From Harlem To Hollis

After considering a plan that would keep the price of a Metrocard swipe at $2.75, MTA officials have decided to recommend increasing the fare by a quarter reports the Daily News. Continue Reading →

Delays Continue With C, A Train Water Main Break Delays In Washington Heights

A water condition in Upper Manhattan is causing delays along the A and C train lines during Friday morning’s commute. Continue Reading →

4, 5, 6 Train Rail Defect Delays In Harlem

Trains traveling through Harlem and the Upper East Side slowed to a crawl for hours Thursday as a “rail condition” at 125th Street caused service changes on the 4, 5 and 6 lines. Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: Make the MetroCard A Gateway To Opportunity, Not A Barrier

By David R. Jones and Carol Kellermann

Affordability is an increasing concern in New York and other growing cities where residents are being squeezed out as housing costs rise faster than incomes. Continue Reading →

Most Harlem Subway Stations Will Have Cell Phone Service, Wi-Fi By Monday

The MTA is dialing in, a full two years ahead of schedule. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday that cell phone service and Wi-Fi will be available across nearly all underground stations by Monday in response to his directive at the beginning of 2016 to accelerate the project. Continue Reading →

Joint Statement On Swastika In Inwood Subway Station

On Monday night, January 2nd, 2017, members of the local Inwood community discovered swastikas had been drawn on an advertisement in the Dyckman Street A train station for an art exhibit at the Jewish Museum. Continue Reading →