subways

Last week, in forcing the state-run Metropolitan Transportation Authority to end overnight service, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio sent the wrong signal to a city that needs, slowly and uncertainly,...

A new study argues that city subways and buses were a “major disseminator” of the coronavirus in the Big Apple. The paper, by MIT economics professor and physician Jeffrey Harris, points to...

When Henry Chalfant sees ads on the sides of today’s subway trains, he often mistakes them for the graffiti he used to photograph in the 1970s and ‘80s. “I think, ‘Oh my God, window down,’”...

A full bladder is no joke. Extras on the set of the upcoming “Joker” movie were locked in a city subway car for more than three hours during weekend filming in a Brooklyn train station — and were...

A viral video shows a subway conductor getting pummeled by an angry man and woman at a Brooklyn station this weekend. Jacob Credell was working on a southbound A train just before 5 a.m. on Saturday morning...

The MTA will lose millions of dollars over the next couple of years — as fewer and fewer people want to deal with the agency’s poor service. The cash-strapped agency projected $376 million...

The subway rider who was threatened by a knife-wielding dad on a train in Manhattan told The Post that he reacted “completely by instinct” when the man struck his own child. The straphanger, who works...

A straphanger said he was clubbed into a bloody mess by a subway panhandler — just because he refused to cough up any money. “I didn’t have no money to give him,” Michael Vansluytman, 59, told...

The MTA’s proposed radical overhaul would include a dose of healthy competition among station managers — a plan that agency chairman Joe Lhota likened to the NYPD’s CompStat data system. “It’s...

They better charge a toll. Meet the city’s newest bridge — a set of bricks and a milk crate haphazardly strewn like stepping stones through the flooded Ft. Hamilton Parkway station in Brooklyn. “The...