Who would have thought that one of the best Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) systems in the U.S. would be in its most crowded, congested, sprawling city?
Untapped Cities talks to Arts for Transit Director Sandra Bloodworth about the most underrated art museum in NYC: the subway system.
A NYC Transit Museum tour reveals old and new living side by side in a Brooklyn Heights power substation, along with a ventilation facility masquerading as a Brooklyn townhouse.
Beneath us in the 2nd Avenue Subway construction there is entire underground world with its own sets of boundaries and politics.
Neil Goldberg's work captures a latent grief in moments of everyday New York life.
As an everyday subway rider, I often miss the writings on the wall. But now, I have the option of exploring all Metropolitan Transit Authority’s (MTA) public art via the Arts for Transit application.
Learn how colorful historic streetcars came to be fixtures on the streets of SF.
On Saturday, I checked out the substation at 53rd Street and 8th Avenue, across from Roseland Ballroom for Open House New York. As a member of the Transit Museum, I get first dibs on cool tours like this and the inaccessible Old City Hall Subway Station. This substation was part of the original IRT subway line and was built in 1904. It's still in use and is currently undergoing a renovation.
Did you know that in 1930, 1,800 trolleys served Brooklyn alone? Photographer Christoffer Delsinger (who discovered the double rainbow Bushwick airplane!) went to check out the abandoned trolleys in Red Hook, a remnant of a more recent past than you might imagine.