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New York City Transit

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  • Capitol circus: Probers probing probers...UPDATED

     
    Nassau State Sen. Craig Johnson???s investigations committee, at a public hearing, questioned Paterson IG Joe Fisch today, who kicked off the official ethics war in Albany last week. It had been a previously scheduled appearance, a Johnson aide explained....
  • Only in New York: Officials investigate chicken-kissing incident on subway

     
    NEW YORK — New York City's transit agency is investigating a video posted online that shows a man kissing and snuggling a live chicken aboard a subway. The subway rider who took the video said Thursday that it was one......
  • Diverse Musicans Try Out to Play in NYC Subway and Train Stations

    Today, bands ranging from names like "The Bill Murray Experience" to"The Pink Cowgirl" got to show off what the got for dozens of judges from the music industry. It's all part of the annual audition for the MTA's Music Under New York Program which gives...
  • MTA Budget Surprise: 13 Chauffeurs

    MTA Budget Surprise: 13 Chauffeurs
    Subways, buses and trains aren't the only vehicles in motion at the MTA. PIX 11 News reporter Greg Mocker discovered MTA cars are also rolling around town with chauffeurs at the wheel. While reviewing a list of more than 70,000 employees published by the...
  • New York City Subways Can't Come Clean

    New York City Subways Can't Come Clean
    It is no dirty little secret that New York City subways are not as clean as they used to be. That is according to a survey conducted by a watchdog group. The Straphangers Campaign found that only half of the subway cars were noted to be clean last fall....
  • NYC's 'See Something, Say Something' Campaign Goes National

    NYC's 'See Something, Say Something' Campaign Goes National
    The "See Something, Say Something" campaign is nothing new to New Yorkers, but now the rest of the country will learn what we already know. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano launched a national crusade Thursday inspiring citizens to speak up...
  • NYC Subway Attacks On The Rise

    NYC Subway Attacks On The Rise
    Predators lurking in New York City subways, hoping to sneak a grope or feel, appear to be a frightening growing trend, officials announced Thursday. According to NYPD Transit Chief James Hall, complaints of sexual abuse have increased four percent from...
  • Missing Autistic Boy Spent 11 Days Wandering NYC Subway

    Missing Autistic Boy Spent 11 Days Wandering NYC Subway
    A missing 13-year-old boy with Asperger's syndrome spent 11 days in the subway system before being found. Police found Francisco Hernandez Jr. in a Coney Island station on October 26 after the boy survived for almost two weeks on a diet consisting of...
  • Straphangers Frustrated With Odd MetroCard Amounts

    Straphangers Frustrated With Odd MetroCard Amounts
    Subway riders across the city often get frustrated with the strange amounts of cash left on their MetroCards after a few rides. More than a year ago, the MTA reportedly changed its formula for getting bonuses on pay-per-ride cards. The switch from 20...
  • MTA Whisteblower Claims He Was Attacked By Co-Workers

    MTA Whisteblower Claims He Was Attacked By Co-Workers
    An MTA employee claims he was shoved off a Brooklyn platform after he exposed workers who were apparently sitting around idle for hours everyday. Juan de los Santos, 43, told the New York Daily News he suffered a broken nose, broken teeth and a gash that...
  • Man Killed By Subway Train

    Man Killed By Subway Train
    A man has been killed by a subway train in Brooklyn, resulting in some rush-hour delays. Transit officials say the incident occurred at 8:32 a.m. Thursday at the Pennsylvania Avenue station. The accident affected the 2, 3 and 4 lines. Power was shut...