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Subway Service Is Cut by a Quarter Because of Coronavirus

Subway Service Is Cut by a Quarter Because of Coronavirus

A staggering loss of ridership hits the subway system, and 52 M.T.A. workers are infected with the coronavirus.
Coronavirus in N.Y.: Riders Ditch the Subway as Fear Spreads

Coronavirus in N.Y.: Riders Ditch the Subway as Fear Spreads

Many companies are asking employees to work at home, and ridership is declining.
N.J. Transit’s Most Troubled Trains Are Older Than Many of the Riders

N.J. Transit’s Most Troubled Trains Are Older Than Many of the Riders

The railroad will be stuck with passenger cars that were built in the 1970s for at least three more years.
Worried About Coronavirus on the MTA Subway? Here’s What We Know

Worried About Coronavirus on the MTA Subway? Here’s What We Know

As the M.T.A. vows to regularly disinfect a system used by millions of people a day, here are some tips for trying to stay safe.
Amtrak, Struggling to Keep Trains Running, Chooses a New Leader

Amtrak, Struggling to Keep Trains Running, Chooses a New Leader

William J. Flynn, chairman of Atlas Air Worldwide, will take over as the railroad’s finances improve but its political fortunes remain turbulent.
More Trouble Ahead for N.J. Commuters

More Trouble Ahead for N.J. Commuters

Amtrak's plan to repair its century-old Hudson River tunnels could mean big delays.
More Pain for N.J. Commuters: Tunnel Repairs Could Cause Big Delays

More Pain for N.J. Commuters: Tunnel Repairs Could Cause Big Delays

A standoff over financing for an $11 billion transportation project prompts the railroad to repair its century-old Hudson River tunnels.
Disabled Train and Power Failure Bring Delays for Thousands at Penn Station

Disabled Train and Power Failure Bring Delays for Thousands at Penn Station

The problems created chaos for New Jersey-bound commuters during the evening rush.
Expand Penn Station? Fight With Trump Stalls Tunnels to Get There

Expand Penn Station? Fight With Trump Stalls Tunnels to Get There

Governor Andrew Cuomo seems to have lost patience and is proposing new tracks at the transit hub, even if modern rail tunnels are not built.
N.Y.C. Weather Updates: Snow Causes ‘Sloppy Rush Hour’

N.Y.C. Weather Updates: Snow Causes ‘Sloppy Rush Hour’

The city was expected to get up to four inches of snow, with up to 10 inches were predicted for parts of New Jersey, Connecticut and southeast New York.
This New Jersey Bridge Will No Longer Sabotage Rush Hour

This New Jersey Bridge Will No Longer Sabotage Rush Hour

The Portal Bridge is one of the busiest rail bridges in the country. But when it opens it often gets stuck, paralyzing train traffic.
We Found the Very Worst Commuter Train in America

We Found the Very Worst Commuter Train in America

Train 2606 has failed to show up for its morning run nearly 20 times this year, leaving riders in New Jersey fuming.
We Found the Very Worst Commuter Train in America

We Found the Very Worst Commuter Train in America

Train 2606 has failed to show up for its morning run nearly 20 times this year, leaving riders in New Jersey fuming.
Transit Records Show How 12,000 WWE Fans Got Stranded After WrestleMania

Transit Records Show How 12,000 WWE Fans Got Stranded After WrestleMania

The biggest story of WrestleMania 35 might have been just how damn long the show was, a whopping seven and a half hours, including the “kickoff” show. The card ran until just before 12:30 a.m., which
N.J. Transit Canceled More Than 60 Trains (and That Was Just in the Last Week)

N.J. Transit Canceled More Than 60 Trains (and That Was Just in the Last Week)

Canceled trains have become a near daily occurrence on New Jersey Transit, the country’s third-busiest commuter railroad.
Commuting Delays and Cancellations: Is the ‘Summer of Hell’ Back?

Commuting Delays and Cancellations: Is the ‘Summer of Hell’ Back?

Monday: Last week was tough for New Jersey Transit riders. Was it a preview of what's to come?
6 Ways New Rent Laws Will Affect New Yorkers

6 Ways New Rent Laws Will Affect New Yorkers

Monday: More apartments will stay regulated, with stricter limits on rent increases.
Congestion Pricing Is Coming to New York. New Jersey Wants Revenge.

Congestion Pricing Is Coming to New York. New Jersey Wants Revenge.

Gov. Philip D. Murphy of New Jersey said he would fight any effort to double toll drivers who use the George Washington Bridge and then travel into Manhattan’s congestion pricing zone.
After Early Victories, N.J. Governor Is Undermined by Lawmakers From His Own Party

After Early Victories, N.J. Governor Is Undermined by Lawmakers From His Own Party

Gov. Philip D. Murphy of New Jersey, a Democrat, achieved some early victories during first year, but progress has stalled as he has fought with legislators and has been shadowed by a sexual assault
For 80,000 Commuters, One Nemesis: A 108-Year-Old Bridge

For 80,000 Commuters, One Nemesis: A 108-Year-Old Bridge

The Portal Bridge, which crosses the Hackensack River in New Jersey, carries Amtrak and New Jersey Transit trains and has a tendency to get stuck after it opens to let boats pass.