Subway

Was Mayor de Blasio Hit?

This is the question being asked in some transit circles after a NYC Subway conductor was pulled from duty & tested for alcohol & drugs after allegedly closing the doors on & hitting Mayor de Blasio. Jillian Jorgensen & Dan Rivoli have more in this New York Daily News exclusive: Mayor de Blasio is no […]


When It Rains It Pours

Yesterday saw the tri-state region get pummeled by rain with many spots getting multiple inches of it. Sadly when such heavy rain occurs, NYC Subway riders expect to see flooded stations & big leaks. These expectations were sadly met as multiple stations throughout the system had their share of issues. Here is the big example […]


Man Hit By Train In Lower East Side

The subway tunnels continue to be a place of misfortune as a man was hit by a Queens-bound in the Lower East Side. Aliza Chasan of Pix 11 has more: A 31-year-old man was struck by a northbound F train on Wednesday afternoon, police said. He was hit in a tunnel near East Broadway and […]


Gov. Candidate Cynthia Nixon Slams Cuomo

Sex & The City star Cynthia Nixon just announced she was running for (aka wasting her time) Governor of New York. One of her biggest platforms versus incumbent Andrew Cuomo is his lack of success in getting the MTA up to the standard that they should be. So one can only begin to laugh that […]


Paying More For Less

In a story that will anger NYC Subway riders more than they already are, a dirty secret known to most transit aficionados has come out showing that we are paying more in fares but getting less service compared to 10 years ago. Uday Schultz of Streetsblog NYC has more: Subway service today is atrocious, that […]