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Former federal railroad administrator Sarah Feinberg is the new interim president of New York City Transit — at least for now. more
Subways have arrived just a little faster over the last two years, and those trains have carried more passengers. New projects were developed, as was a different approach to getting people around, even if some — like the Bronx bus redesign — have met with mixed reactions from riders. more
It seems the fight by express bus riders to maintain after-hours service connecting the Bronx and Manhattan has ended in victory. more
Summertime created some of the biggest controversies our community had seen in a while, especially when it comes to protecting the greenbelt that helps define parts of the community we live and work in. But there also was a push to make mass transit faster — more often than not, earning the ire of those who ride, and even those who don’t. more
Getting in and out of the Bronx can be complicated enough, especially for anyone who depends on the 1 train. And then to kick off 2019, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority didn’t make it any easier, closing the 1’s connection to the A and C trains at 168th Street, forcing commuters to wait until 59th Street to make the connection, or find a different route altogether. more
Hundreds of express bus riders and supporters packed an emergency meeting at Riverdale Temple with seemingly one goal in mind: To convince the MTA not to cut express bus service that connects their Bronx communities to Manhattan. more
We recently released the final plan for the Bronx bus network redesign, which was the first time we closely re-examined every local, limited, SBS and express bus route in the Bronx as part of a unified network. more
It’s something Andy Byford has said for months. Bronx buses are some of the slowest in the country, averaging speeds in the borough equivalent to a brisk walk. more
Change is finally coming for bus riders in the Bronx. Just not so much in this part of the Bronx. 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
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