New York City has promised to spend $27 billion on improving its transportation network, with some of the money earmarked for the city's sprawling subway network. Modern cars and revamped stations are planned.
In April 2016, taxis registered 11.1 million trips in New York City, which works out to about 400,000 trips a day. That's more than double the number of trips Uber, the closest competitor, managed to log.
Three-time Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis has apparently awakened from his latest multiyear slumber and is in talks to star in a new film helmed by his There Will Be Blood director Paul Thomas Anderson.
We may have to wait for high-tech renovations to come to the subways of New York City, but the bus of the future is here already. On Tuesday, the MTA debuted its new line of tech-forward buses, featuring Wi-Fi and USB ports
Google is teasing its translation app through food, by opening a pop-up eatery for four days in New York City, Too bad reservations are already sold out -- but as consolation, Google's giving away free Dough donuts on the corner of Bowery…
Phone booths are being converted into free public Wi-Fi hotspots -- but how safe are they? The NYCLU says data the Link hubs collect carry "a risk of security breaches and unwarranted NYPD surveillance."
Keen to avoid the possibility of a hoverboard exploding inside one of its subway cars, NY City's transportation authority recently banned the machine from its network. And now posters are showing up to make sure everyone gets the message.