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DiNapoli: MTA generally behind on repairs and upgrades but Metro-North not...

A new report from New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli gives fairly good grades to the MTA’s Metro-North division, despite saying that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s “long-term finances are still in trouble as it wrestles with an overdue list of repairs and upgrades and growing debt."

MTA holding congestion pricing public meetings across city, suburbs

The program, formally known as Central Business District Tolling, would create a toll for cars entering Manhattan central business district, defined as 60th Street and the entire area south of it.

NY Senate Majority Leader Stewart-Cousins calls for Gov. Cuomo to go

New York State Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins of Yonkers on Sunday called on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to step aside as two more women...

COVID-19 deaths continue to decline in NY; Cuomo gets tested

As the daily death toll from COVID-19 moved back to a level not seen since March, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo encouraged people who think...

24-hour disinfecting for Metro-North, rest of downstate public transit

The entire public transportation system in downstate New York, and that includes the Metro-North commuter rail service, will be disinfected every 24 hours under...

MTA makes major service cuts; Metro-North to run just hourly service

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), which operates Metro-North Railroad, the Long Island Rail Road, New York City's subways and buses and seven bridges and...

‘Financial calamity’: Metro-North ridership plummets 90%; MTA asks feds for $4...

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), which operates Metro-North Railroad, the Long Island Rail Road and the New York City buses and subways is looking...

White Plains working to move beyond urban renewal legacy

A prime item on Mayor Tom Roach’s mind these days is the legacy of urban renewal from the 1970s and ’80s.

Appellate court blocks Yonkers’ taking of New York City bus property

“These precious lands should not be sleeping quarters for buses,” Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano said in 2015, in announcing plans to use eminent domain to take the property.

MTA seeks retailers for Bronxville, Rye train stations

Cushman & Wakefield is marketing space at the village and city train stations for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

Metro-North president talks development plans, station improvements in Westchester

The company is in the midst of a $94 million project at the White Plains station and plans to bring more upgrades to Port Chester.

Metro-North to start $94 million renovations at White Plains station

Train schedules will shift to allow Metro-North workers to start on the project that is expected to take three years.

Yonkers again calls on NYC to relocate MTA bus depot

Yonkers officials say the property is necessary for the city to complete its master plan for waterfront redevelopment.

Metro-North union ponders strike following contract issues

The Association of Commuter Rail Employees’ board sent the possibility of a strike to a vote of its 2,400 members.

Veronique Hakim will lead MTA during CEO search

The president of New York City Transit, Hakim will lead the MTA while a replacement is sought for its newly retired chairman and CEO, Tom Prendergast.