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Senate Majority Whip John Thune (R-S.D.)

Step aboard the little-known subway line below Capitol Hill that lawmakers use to get around

While mostly frequented by lawmakers, the trains are for anyone to ride as long as they are cleared to enter the Capitol.
The City Hall subway station is only accessible via a special tour.

There’s an unused subway station underneath New York’s City Hall. Here’s what it’s like to visit.

There's no service provided to the City Hall station today, but you can catch a glimpse by riding a downtown 6 local train past its terminal stop.

People are slamming New York’s governor for taking over 2 years to come up with a plan to avoid shutting down one of NYC’s busiest subway ...

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Thursday that New York City will not shut down the L train subway tunnel for 15 months.

New York’s governor just killed a plan to shut down one of the most crowded subway lines in NYC — and people are freaking out

New York City had planned to close the L line, which runs between Brooklyn and Manhattan, for 15 months, beginning in April.

New York City’s secret subway line with antique cars is back in service — here’s what it’s like to ride it

For a few weeks at the end of each year, the New York City subway system runs an antique subway line that you can ride. So we did!
Boarding the California Zephyr.

7 reasons why traveling by train is better than flying

The train takes longer than flying and, for some trips, it doesn't make sense. But when I have time, the train is the way I definitely want to go.
Joseph Lhota has reportedly resigned.

The head of New York City’s subway system has resigned

Joseph Lhota, the chairman of New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), has resigned.
The Dubai Metro comprises two train lines and 49 stations.

How 10 of the world’s most famous subway systems compare, from Dubai to New York City

Public transportation systems vary greatly between major world cities. We selected 10 of the most famous metro systems in the world and compared them by size, length, operating hours, and ticket cost.

Malaysians will have unlimited access to buses and trains for just RM$100 a month soon

Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook, who confirmed the news, also does not think some ride-hailing services are a good idea.