| Jan 15, 2010
| 5:51 AM
Jay Walder, the new chief executive of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, has marked his first 100 days in office by releasing a 24-page report outlining his plans for a major system overhaul on Friday.
"We will do what every business in the...
| Feb 26, 2010
| 4:43 PM
An amputee missing both legs was arrested Thursday after police said he was wheeled into a busy New York City train station and planted a bomb.
Police found the bomb before it could detonate, but the discovery interrupted regional train lines briefly and...
| Sep 30, 2009
| 6:10 PM
If you're traveling this weekend you may want to take note - the top 10 worst bridges and roadways were announced Wednesday by a major trade association.
During a news conference, located under the Major Deegan in the Bronx, the General Contractors...
| Aug 11, 2010
| 3:32 AM
Just as the MTA is preparing to lay off another 200 transit workers, and it's telling New Yorkers to get ready for fare hikes, the cash-strapped authority is looking to spend a small fortune on fancy goodbye gifts for 270 select employees.
According to a...
| Aug 12, 2010
| 7:01 PM
Friday morning, 200 transit workers will be getting pink slips. As they turn in their badges and uniforms, the MTA is standing by a tradition of giving pocket watches to Metro North retirees.
PIX 11 News Reporter Greg Mocker learned of the procurement...
| Nov 18, 2002
All things considered, it could have been worse.
The record-setting snowstorm that rumbled into Connecticut Monday choked roads, stranded travelers at airports and closed malls, forcing many stores to cancel their Presidents' Day sales.