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Bronx subway stations — especially on the 1 train line — are old. Really old. But that’s not the biggest problem, according to state comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. Instead, he’s holding a report claiming these subway stations are in desperate need of structural repair. more
Bronx bus riders and the elected officials who represent them are tired of the MTA’s failure to deliver on its promises. Some 17 Bronx elected officials signed a letter calling on to Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Metropolitan Transportation Authority chair Patrick Foye to amend the MTA plan for revitalizing bus service in the Bronx. more
It’s time for that regular doctor’s appointment at Montefiore Medical Center in Wakefield, and you need to get there from your home in Spuyten Duvyil. more
When Andy Byford took over as president of the New York City Transit Authority a year ago, he declared the system responsible for moving millions of people around the city “in crisis.” more
It’s a familiar sight to regulars. It’s rush hour, and a long line of riders are waiting to board the stopping bus. Once the back door opens, a number of people slip on without paying, taking the few open places to sit. more
Not unlike a Metro-North Hudson line commuter train during rush hour, the long planned Hudson River Greenway project in the Bronx is moving slowly down the track toward its final destination. more
1. Police said a 16-year-old boy was robbed and attacked near the Marble Hill Playground, at West 230th Street and Godwin Terrace, on March 1 at 8:30 a.m. more
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