Most Recent Articles by Jeremy Smerd
Transit Workers Opposed to Contract Worry New Voting System Tough To Track
Report: More Than 100,000 Jews in City Are Living Just Above Poverty Line
Ratify Contract, Union Tells Members
Subway Union To Meet Today Amid Talk of a Key Concession
Pension Battle Will Persist
Kalikow Warns Talks May Be 'Futile'
Transit Union Hit With $1 Million Fine
Talks Fail; Union Weighs a Strike
Strike in Effect, Subways Closed
Transit Workers Ready Walkout At Two Bus Lines, Starting Today
NYC Transit Union Calls Selective Strike
MTA Workers Contemplate Losing Pensions If Called To Strike
Union Prepares to Shut Subways
MTA Okays $9.3B Budget, Angering Union
Showdown Set as Judge Enjoins Transit Strike
MTA Strike Could Cost Businesses As Much as $660 Million a Day
Deadline Looms as Transit Workers Endorse Illegal Strike
Toussaint, Hero to the Rank and File, May Have Final Say on Transit Strike
Transit Strike May Be on Horizon After Workers Reject an Offer
Safety, Terror Concerns Addressed In New East Side Access Designs
Assembly Member: Holiday Subway Discounts Illegal
Mayor Closes Deal On Four Remaining Private Bus Lines
Transit Officials Unveil Test Models of New High-Tech Subway Cars
Transit Ridership Reaches Highest Since June of 1971
A Feud Closes A Subway Exit At 59th and Lex
City Rolls Out Fuel-Efficient Hybrids To Add to Taxi Fleet
DOT To Eliminate Pay-To-Pray Sunday Parking
Conflict Is Seen In Bond Initiative Push by Kalikow
Voters Reject Power Grab By Legislature
Homeland Security Under Fire After Official Says Muslims Should Register Before Flying
Can City Carry $2.9 Billion in Debt On Projects Without Airtight Funding?
MTA Moves To Trademark 'See Something, Say Something'
Critics Say MTA Is Using One-Sided Ad Campaign To Push Bond Proposal
Police Stress Need for Searches
Transit Officials Approve $50 Million For Discounts on Holiday Fares
Fast Walkers Can Outpace One Bus
Subway Station Rehabilitations Plagued by Cost Overruns
Private Developments' Residents Complain About Heavy-Handed 'Special Patrolmen'
French Subway Cars, Owed Under Contract, Are Way Overdue, After Third Deadline
Once-Derided MTA Board Hailed After Proposal To Reduce Fares
Tarpaulin Fire Engulfs Queensboro Bridge
MTA To Release Plan for Surplus 'Shortly'
Pataki Transit Speech Eagerly Awaited for Talk of Surplus
Torrential Rain Floods the Subway, Causing Power Outages and Delays
MTA To Buy 500 Hybrid Electric Diesel Buses for $249M
Gotbaum Faces Off Against Golub, Whom She Already Defeated
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