Once bitter rivals…now fast friends? Mayor Bill de Blasio and Comptroller Scott Stringer become unlikely political allies after 4 years of feuding. We talk to City & State’s Editor-in-Chief, Jonathan Lentz to find out why. A track fire leaves thousands stranded today as the progress at Penn derails, causing more problems and even more days of delays! We have the […]
Week one of track repairs at Penn Station, and despite dire predictions, commuting has gone smoothly, so far. But, will next week bring serious days of delays? We’ve got your forecast. Hot dog! Our “Summer of Adventure” takes us to Coney Island and the delicious backstory of Nathan’s. Tennis royalty is back! Billie Jean King has your preview of the […]
As we continue our “Days of Delays” coverage, we can’t help but wonder if our subway lines are actually getting worse. Tonight we’re digging for answers with “The New York Times” Transit Reporter Emma Fitzsimmons.
As track work continues at Penn Station, a commuter steps forward with his own scary story of being trapped on the F train. Find out what he’s now doing to ensure your safety. Neolithic, not natural, awe-inspiring. It’s Manhattanhenge! And the Tony award-winning look back at the war years: the fantastic new Broadway show “Bandstand”. Our Summer of Adventure barrels […]
As track work continues at Penn Station, and we continue to monitor the expected “Days of Delays” ahead, a commuter steps forward with his own scary story of being trapped on the F train. Find out what happened during that horrific hour, and what he’s now doing to ensure your safety.
The transit meltdown many expected didn’t happen yesterday much to the surprise of everyone including the MTA, but that was only day one. We’ve got your latest on this summer’s “Days of Delays.” Were you expecting to see the old Kosciuszko Bridge demolished today? If so you weren’t alone. The cause of many traffic jams is still standing, and we’ll […]