A man was hit and killed by an LIRR train Tuesday night in Woodside after the train’s engineer saw him jump in front of the locomotive, an MTA spokesperson said.
The latest spell of extreme weather left thousands of delays and cancellations at airports across the country, but New York City area airports were hit particularly hard, according to an analysis by the Global Gateway Alliance.
Queens straphangers will have to hold on for a little longer. The borough suffered a 17 percent spike in subway delays from 2011 to 2012, according to a new Straphangers Campaign report by the New York Public Interest research Group (NYPIRG). Queens was the least improved in the city when it came to decreasing subway [...]
MTA Work Delays Manhattan-Bound E and F Trains from Queens Subway riders in Queens may need to give themselves extra time to make it into Manhattan, due to a big MTA project starting this weekend. Maintenance on the Queens Boulevard Line will take the Manhattan-bound E and F local track out of service. Read more: [...]
Good Samaritan critically injured rescuing drunk man from subway tracks A good Samaritan trying to help a drunken man off the Staten Island Railway tracks was hit by a train and critically injured Sunday, officials said. Steven Santiago, 39, came across a drunk who had jumped onto the tracks to retrieve his lost shoe in the [...]
A train derailment on the northbound No. 6 line early this morning caused delays and service changes on the 4, 5 and 6 trains. Normal service has returned following the derailment though there are still residual delays. If possible riders should use an alternate route to avoid delays. No injuries were reported from the derailment [...]