Unpopular, uncomfortable $670 "leaners" were installed to discourage the homeless from sleeping, to the detriment of people looking for somewhere to sit.
This could be the end of U.S. public transit as we know it. Whether that will be a good or bad thing depends on what happens next.
“We have to give people confidence to come back on buses,” a union official told Motherboard. “Having a packed bus does not give people confidence.”
"Nobody is regulating anything if the buses are super crowded. I'm regulating it myself."
“A lot of the workforce is probably already infected.”
Ridership is likely going to plummet, which will make it harder on local transit agencies
Data show there are higher enforcement rates in high-poverty Black and Latinx neighborhoods.
Jake Berman spent more than 300 hours making his own subway map because he didn't like the MTA's. Now the MTA says he can't sell it.
Chances are everything you think you know about fare evasion is wrong.
The sex toy company says the Metropolitan Transit Authority is violating their rights by not letting it run ads.