NYC Transit

5 Subway Stations To Get New Elevators

Yesterday, MTA NYC Transit announced that 5 Upper Manhattan subway stations will receive new elevators. Here are more details via the press release the MTA asked me to share with my readers: MTA New York City Transit today announced the long-term schedule for major elevator replacement projects at five separate “deep” stations in the Washington […]


MTA To Perform Repairs On 53rd St Tunnel

Yesterday, MTA NYC Transit announced that it will be performing signal modernization & repairs on the 53rd Street Tunnel that services the & . Here are more details via the press release the agency asked me to share with my readers: MTA New York City Transit will be performing signal and power upgrades, and maintenance […]


MTA Testing Countdown Clocks On SAS

So far the MTA’s Second Avenue Subway has been a success. The stations still look to be in great shape, ridership is strong & it has helped crowding somewhat along the Lexington Avenue lines. The only thing that has been missing for the first stage is the arrival countdown clocks seen throughout many NYC Subway […]


MTA Raises Certain Subway Speed Limits

Long time NYC Subway riders remember the days when certain stretches of the system had trains speed through what felt like at the speed of light. Unfortunately some accidents mainly due to human error caused the agency to overreact & implement signal timers which led to severely reduced speeds. This was especially evident on express […]


7 Train Riders Face 2nd Day Of Delays

train riders once again faced a nightmare of a commute on Tuesday as the line was plagued by delays. The first issue began shortly before 6am when a train’s emergency brakes were automatically activated. Nearly an hour later, Manhattan-bound express service was suspended due to a train being stalled near Queensboro Plaza. Afterwards the delays […]