An F train went careening off its rails last May, injuring 32 and causing massive subway delays, because of several defects in the tracks that went unreported and unrepaired for at least a year after they were first discovered by an automated inspection, according to a report released Friday by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
South Queens has one of the longest commute times to Midtown Manhattan out of any area in the five boroughs. But changes may soon be made as part of a new study released by the Metropolitan Transit Authority that could undermine a proposal to turn an unused Queens rail line into a park.
The State of the Subways Report Card issued by the Straphangers Campaign is flawed. MTA services continue to be one of the best bargains in town. Since the 1950s, the average cost of riding either the bus or subway has gone up at a lower rate than either the consumer price index or inflation. The […]