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  • NJ Transit Cuts Service and Fares

    NJ Transit will cut rail fares by 10% for three months, as it reduces service in a last-ditch effort to install safety equipment ahead of a federally mandated deadline.

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  • NYC Ferry Begins Lower East Side Service

    New York City launched its sixth ferry route Wednesday, completing the first phase of the service’s expansion and opening up the waterway to people who live and work on the Lower East Side.

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  • Long Island Rail Road’s New Chief Gets a Bumpy Start

    Four months into his job as president of Long Island Rail Road, Phil Eng has contended with signal failures, rail-car shortages and derailments. He is vowing to make the riding experience better for customers.

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  • Subway, Bus Cuts Loom as MTA Faces Financial Crisis

    The Metropolitan Transportation Authority plans to halt expansion of a bus rapid transit service, reduce bus fare evasion patrols and cut dozens of positions for subway car cleaning as it seeks $562 million in cost reductions over the next few years.

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  • New York City Council Set to Vote on a Cap for Uber

    Both sides in the battle over ride-hailing companies made one last pitch for support Tuesday ahead of a City Council vote that is expected to give New York tighter control of the industry, including a year-long cap on new vehicles.

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  • New York City Fare-Beaters Get a Slide in the Subway

    Fare-evaders with open summons warrants who are stopped by police for turnstile jumping won’t be arrested but will instead get a ride to court to deal with their cases, New York Police Department officials said.

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  • Bronx Gets Bike-Share Program with Electric ‘Pedal Assist’

    Dockless bikes rolled out in the Bronx, fulfilling New York City’s goal of expanding bike sharing to all five boroughs and setting the stage for a competition between some of the nation’s leading bike-share companies.

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