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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Metropolitan Transportation Authority
A New York City woman is suing public transportation after she says she was startled by an advertisement for the Showtime murder series "Dexter," causing her to take a tumble down the stairs at Grand Central Terminal.
Twenty-three music acts ranging from '80s rock to ragtime xylophone have been chosen to perform in New York City subway stations.
Subway and bus workers overwhelmingly approved a contract deal with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, their union announced Monday.
The New York Attorney General's Office is providing the Metropolitan Transportation Authority with funds for its police officers to carry antidotes to treat heroin overdoses in emergencies.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority should come up with a plan to get the system ready "for the challenges of the next century," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday in a letter to the head of the agency.
Normal service on the E, F, M and R lines is scheduled to resume in time for the morning rush hour, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority said, adding that all of the subway cars that derailed in a Queens tunnel have been removed from the tracks
Transit officials and the union representing about 34,000 city subway and bus workers reached a tentative contract deal that would include raises and new benefits but require higher health insurance payments, both sides and Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority said Wednesday it plans to install video cameras and audio recorders on most Metro-North Railroad and Long Island Rail Road trains.
The Social Security numbers and other personal information of about 15,000 New York City transit workers has been found on a CD inside a refurbished CD drive sold by a retailer, according to a letter obtained by The Associated Press.
Ridership on public transportation systems around New York state is on the rise, mirroring a trend seen across the country, according to data released Monday by the American Public Transportation Association.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority says its pilot program to reduce trash in the subway system is working and it will remove refuse cans at an additional 29 stations.
Metro-North Railroad says it's reducing evening service in response to a worsening snow storm.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority says it expects to run modified service Wednesday on its subways, buses and commuter rail lines as it digs out of the latest snowstorm to wallop the New York metropolitan area.
Long Island Rail Road trains are running again in both directions after service was suspended between New York City's Penn Station and the busy Jamaica station.
New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced a pilot program Monday that would aim to curb the growing subway rat problem by sterilizing the animals so they can't reproduce.