New York City is Down One MTA Board Member as Mayor Fights Congestion Pricing Fee
Sherif Soliman, who was appointed to the board only last year, quietly resigned on Sept. 22, and the mayor won't get a new person on the panel until next year.
MTA Bus Lane Cameras Will Zap Motorists Who Double Park and Block Bus Stops
If you love blocking buses and bus stops, it's time to get a new hobby.
Bus Ridership is Near 2019 Levels (If You Count the People Who Don’t Pay)
In September, bus ridership was close to 2.3 million people — near the totals in the pre-pandemic halcyon of 2019 — if you include riders who didn't pay.
City Traffic Helps Make Bus Service Unbearable, Expensive And Difficult To Improve
Bus riders didn't win the same kind of improvements as subway riders. And here's why.
Livingston Street ‘Protected’ Busway Launches Tuesday Outside Transit Offices in Brooklyn
MTA New York City Transit President Richard Davey urged transit workers to "follow the rules" ahead of the city's transformation of the downtown Brooklyn strip to a one-way busway.
MTA: You Don’t Buy Capital Plans At Walgreens So Stop Asking What They Cost
"A major construction project is not something you go down to Walgreens to find the price of," MTA Chairman Janno Lieber said more than once on Wednesday.
Red Hook Pushes for Direct Bus to Manhattan; MTA Says (Wait for It) There’s Too Much ‘Congestion’
Red Hook wants a quicker way to get across the river to Manhattan. And the MTA should raise the toll on the Carey Tunnel to make it happen.
Report: Congestion Pricing Will Be a Huge Boost for Transit Workers
Here are 3.2 billion reason for transit workers to get on board the congestion pricing train.
The MTA Has A Long Way To Go To Make OMNY Great: Report
MTA leaders may squander OMNY's potential without major changes to fare structures ahead of bring the tech to the LIRR and Metro-North, according to a new report.