Three books delve into mass transit and the creation of the subway.
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The transportation hub serving about 650,000 daily passengers desperately needs an overhaul. So far, the New York governor’s plans don’t begin to address the problems.
Six destinations that can be reached by ferry and foot.
To help highlight the availability of Wi-Fi service in underground stations, Penguin Random House is offering downloadable short stories and book excerpts.
The transportation authority said it would move to recover any money Darius McCollum may make from selling the story of his thefts of trains and buses for a film in development starring Julia Roberts.
Recent attempts to shorten travel time for residents who rely on buses the most appear to work, but the city still has a long way to go.
A plan for a pair of new passenger tunnels under the Hudson River would benefit both New York and New Jersey.
Marcus Trappaud Bjorn, a freelance photographer from Copenhagen, created an award-winning series of portraits of passengers taking the Staten Island Ferry.
From Sunset Park to Coney Island in Brooklyn, D trains travel through one of the greatest concentrations of public artwork in the subway system.