Big F’n (B, D And M’n) Deal: Congestion Pricing Lawsuits Threaten More MTA Signal Progress
Signal upgrades key to improving subway service hang in the balance as lawsuits threaten a key source of MTA funding.
The Money For Congestion Pricing ‘Carrots’ Is Finally Here
State legislators have $46 million to spend on transportation and transit projects outside of Manhattan, so they'd better get to it.
Top New Jersey Congestion Pricing Foe Hasn’t Done His Homework
Josh Gottheimer "ran the numbers" to reveal the MTA will raise over $3 billion annually from congestion pricing — but his math is way off.
MTA Boss: We’ll Win All Those Congestion Pricing Lawsuits
The UFT's anti-transit effort to kill congestion pricing on behalf of "like two dozen people" will hurt students most, Lieber said.
MTA: N.J. Slept Through the Entire Congestion Pricing Environmental Review
"New Jersey’s claim that it was deprived of adequate opportunities to consult on the project is revisionist history," the MTA's attorneys wrote.
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.
MTA ‘Bungles’ Increased R Train Service Promise
The MTA is under fire for not fully delivering on the eight-minute midday service that it promised to riders weeks ago.
Tuesday’s Headlines: Free Buses Edition
New York City's free bus test-run begins this September. Plus other news.
Jesuit-Educated NYC Transit Prez Blasts Fordham U. For ‘Fighting Equity’ For Bus Riders
"I went to three Jesuit institutions in my lifetime, so I was actually very disappointed to see Fordham signing on to this," Davey told reporters. "Jesuit institutions are about equity and about social justice."