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New York City Transit

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  • Mocker Parking Battle II: Fake MTA Placard, Hydrants Still Blocked

    Mocker Parking Battle II: Fake MTA Placard, Hydrants Still Blocked
    One day after PIX 11 News reporter Greg Mocker reported on a neighborhood besieged by government workers using placards to park illegally, government officials are waking up to the problem - identifying one placard as a fake and promising to take action....
  • Despite MTA's Prediction, Subway System Floods

    Despite MTA's Prediction, Subway System Floods
    Forecasters predicted a Thursday overnight rainstorm could pack 60 mph winds and dump two to three inches on the five boroughs, but managers of the Metroplitan Transportation Authority decided not to activate the transit system's Emergency Response Center...
  • Forget Bedbugs, Rats Making Aggressive Comeback in NYC

    Forget Bedbugs, Rats Making Aggressive Comeback in NYC
    Move over bedbugs, rats are making a comeback in New York City subway system. According to a disturbing study conducted by State Senator Bill Perkins of Harlem, 9 out of 10 New Yorkers see a rat everyday while commuting. The 125th Street and St. Nicholas...
  • 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...
  • Mocker: MTA Ignores Grand Central Security Problem

    Mocker: MTA Ignores Grand Central Security Problem
    Why is the MTA ignoring a broken subway station door that allows anyone off the street unfettered access to Grand Central and Times Square stations? That's the question PIX 11 News reporter Greg Mocker is trying to answer since he first spotted the...
  • Mocker Makes MTA Jump, Subway Security Problem Fixed

    Mocker Makes MTA Jump, Subway Security Problem Fixed
    MTA executives are clearly paying attention to PIX 11 News reporter Greg Mocker. Less than 12 hours after he reported on a subway security problem the MTA had ignored for at least 11 days, a crew was dispatched to make repairs. The problem was an...
  • Man Charged In NYC Subway Plot Pleads Not Guilty

    Man Charged In NYC Subway Plot Pleads Not Guilty
    A man charged in a failed terror plot against the New York City subway system has pleaded not guilty. Adis Medunjanin (ah-DEES' may-DOON'-yah-neen) entered the plea Friday in federal court in Brooklyn. He had previously pleaded not guilty to charges...
  • C, D Trains Switch Routes Due To Repair Work

    C, D Trains Switch Routes Due To Repair Work
    Uptown C and D train service will be switched Tuesday morning through midnight Saturday for replacement signal work in Lower Manhattan. The replacement work involves signals that control a track switch outside of the A, C, E Canal Street station. This...
  • Fewer People Packing NYC Subways

    Fewer People Packing NYC Subways
    Despite common perception, fewer people are having to squeeze onto the New York City subway. In a press release Saturday, the NYC Transit said a weakened economy and regional job losses have led to the first drop in NYC Transit ridership since 2003. Even...