Archive for June, 2019

MTA Statement On Cleaning Program

In today’s New York Daily News, the paper had a strongly worded piece on the cleaning program the MTA runs that includes hiring outside firms to bring new methods to cleaning to the system. The piece stemmed from the paper witnessing an accident at the Clinton-Washington Avenues stop on the last Tuesday. Here is a […]


MTA & Gov. Cuomo Agree To Add 500 Cops

After Saturday morning’s heinous attack on a MTA worker at the 145th station, Gov. Cuomo & the MTA have announced an agreement to add 500 uniformed cops to the NYC Transit system. Here is more via the press release I received: Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority today announced an agreement to […]


MTA Brings New Buses To Staten Island

Earlier today, MTA NYC Transit along with Congressman Max Rose announced that 77 new state of the art buses will be coming to Staten Island along with a contactless fare payment system. Here is more information via the press release I received: The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and Congressman Max Rose announced today that a […]


Crazy Man Attacks MTA Worker In Harlem

Early Saturday morning, a crazy man attacked a MTA worker on the Manhattan-bound platform at the 145th Street train station. The unidentified Hispanic male was standing on the Bronx-bound platform when he began to shout at workers on the closed Manhattan-bound platform. He proceeded to exit the station & cross the street to enter on […]


Metro North Development At Harrison

The MTA Metro-North is continuing its attempts to upgrade its system. The latest plan sees it branching out even further by teaming up with AvalonBay Communities to built its first transit oriented development at the Harrison Station. Both agencies held a groundbreaking ceremony. Here are more details: MTA Metro-North Railroad and AvalonBay Communities, one of […]