The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has announced best January on-time performance and ridership metrics in seven years for NYC Subway, eight years for LIRR, and best month for the Metro-North.
List view / Grid view
Filter the results
The functionality - in New York and the San Francisco Bay Area - allows riders to connect their Uber journey with their train journey in real-time, which aims to reduce train wait times and alleviate passenger stress.
The MTA is seeking companies that have the potential to offer shared-mobility services connecting New Yorkers who are travelling during the overnight hours with the subway system.
The statistics, released in MTA's 2019 full-year subway statistics report, also reveal a reduction in delays and a fall in the number of major incidents per month.
Adoption rates of the payment system are said to exceed the MTA’s internal estimates and work to bring OMNY to the entire subway and bus system by the end of 2020 reportedly remains on pace.
The Queens Bus Network Redesign’s draft plan sought to address customer concerns that were expressed during public outreach of the redesign’s Existing Conditions report, which aimed to accurately depict the status, operations and flaws of the current Queens bus network using customer feedback, ridership and operation data.
The launch is part of the agency’s plan to enhance and modernise the bus fleet with zero-emissions technology that aims to deliver environmental benefits for New York residents.
After surpassing four million taps, the OMNY contactless fare payment system is now available at 34 St-Penn Station intermodal complex - one of North America's busiest transit hubs.
Beryl Bikes are unlocked through the an app and can be picked up and dropped off at marked bays which have been selected in conjunction with local councils to best meet the needs of the community.
The OMNY contactless fare payment system accepts taps from bank cards issued in over 112 countries from six continents.
Figures reveal that MTA ridership has increased across subways, buses, LIRR and Metro-North, with on-time performance improving across the board.
The living lab will test a host of potential new accessibility features for the New York subway, including physcial and digital wayfinding.
The redesign will use public feedback, data and analysis, and a review of demographics and upcoming developments, to create a bus network that satisfies the needs of the current 650,000 Brooklyn bus riders.
The Better Buses Action Plan commits to increasing citywide bus speeds by 25 per cent by the end of 2020, in the hope that this will lead to ridership increases of the already 2 million daily bus trips in New York.