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2 subway lines to end amid NYC transit budget woes

It's the end of the line for some commuters using the country's largest public transportation system as New York City's transit agency grapples with an $800 million budget gap by cutting bus and subway service. Full story

NYC commuters brace for subway, bus service cuts

Commuters using the country's largest public transportation system will have to figure out how to get around with fewer subway and bus lines as New York City's transit agency tries to cut costs. Full story

NYC transit agency won't cut kids' free passes

The agency that runs New York City's massive bus and subway system says it has decided to abandon a proposal to eliminate free transit passes for students. Full story

Rodent expert shines light on rats in NYC subways

Rats have infested multiple subway lines in lower Manhattan and often live right in the station walls, according to a rodent expert overseeing what officials say is a new approach to battling rats in the nation's largest subway system. Full story

NYC judge: Restore hundreds of transit jobs

A Manhattan judge ordered New York City's transit agency Tuesday to restore hundreds of jobs to its payroll and reopen dozens of customer service booths that had closed because of budget problems. Full story

NJ, NYC transit agencies trying new payment method

There's a new way to pay fares on some New Jersey and New York City bus and subway lines Tuesday. Full story

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