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Greg Mocker joined PIX11 in April 2010 and he has been on the trail of something different ever since.

He was awarded the NY Emmy for best transportation reporter in 2017.

He began his journalism career in 1995 as a Reporter/ Bureau Chief at KTEN in Ardmore, OK. He moved to WJBF in Augusta, GA and then in 1999 to KOB in Albuquerque, NM. At both stations he served as a Reporter/Anchor and covered City Hall and neighborhood issues. He worked at KPHO in Phoenix, AZ until 2007.

In 2008 Mocker moved to New York to produce and create video content for TurnHere and StudioNow.

At PIX11, Mocker has focused on the MTA and city agencies. He has been accused of being “overly dogged.” He is best known for removing a television from the lake at Prospect Park in Brooklyn.

Mocker graduated from Ohio University bachelor’s degree in Journalism. He lives in Queens.


Recent Articles
  • MTA promises to improve accessibility and technology

    NEW YORK — More elevators and upgraded signals will create a better ride and improved access to the system. Now MTA officials have to make it happen. On Friday, MTA leaders and Governor Cuomo hosted a technology conference. They say the agency is open for business and the ideas from the previous century will not propel the system into the next century. MTA NYC Transit also announced that 70 stations will become accessible in the next capital plan for improvements […]

  • Hoboken City Council votes to ban electric scooters at waterfront and parks

    HOBOKEN, N.J. — Some areas of Hoboken could become prohibited zones for electric scooters. City council members voted to ban electric scooters, including private ones, from the waterfront pathway and Hoboken parks. Currently, a company called Lime operates a city-approved pilot program in Hoboken. Until last week, a second company called Ojo also was offering a different model. But a woman and her child were struck on the sidewalk by a rider on an Ojo scooter. There have been calls […]

  • MTA releases $51.5 billion plan for improvements

    NEW YORK — Transit riders have a wish list of improvements and the MTA issued its own official plan on Monday The $51.5 billion proposal is the largest in the history of the agency. It calls for nearly $40 billion in new projects for NYC Transit. That would include 1,900 new subway cars, 2,400 new buses and new signals on six lines, including the Lexington Line. 70 additional stations will be made accessible. In a statement that listed some of […]

  • L train will not run this weekend between Manhattan and Broadway Junction in Brooklyn

    NEW YORK — As tunnel work continues, the MTA says it is adding some additional projects at some stations. That will mean a service change this weekend and for a few weekends in October and November. An escalator will be added at Union Square from the Mezzanine to the L train platform. Crews have to dig the pit and remove the rock. The L train will not run between 8th Avenue in Manhattan to Broadway Junction in Brooklyn. It will […]

  • Hoboken pulls plug on electric scooter contract

    HOBOKEN, N.J. — Riders will not be able to use one of the brands of scooters that had been operating in Hoboken. The city canceled its contract with Ojo Electric Thursday. A woman and her child were struck by a man on a scooter earlier this week. Officials say it happened on the sidewalk, where scooters are prohibited. “The electric scooter sharing programs have been widely popular in Hoboken, and have provided a valuable, green alternative transportation method utilized by […]

  • Photographers document mom-and-pop storefronts in NYC for gallery show

    EAST VILLAGE, Manhattan — Place an order or buy a product at a local business and you’ll often get a side of conversation. Mom-and-pop shops offer people an authentic New York City experience. A free exhibition at a gallery in the East Village is dedicated to the iconic businesses and storefronts in Manhattan and other boroughs. Theater For The New City Gallery is hosting the show at 155 First Avenue at East 10th Street in Manhattan. It was created by […]

  • Keeping her memory alive: Comic honors only female NYPD officer killed on 9/11

    NEW YORK — NYPD officer Moira Smith, who was the department’s only female cop to die on 9/11 nearly 18 years ago, is also the subject of a comic. Comic creator Tony Wolf spotted her name on a ferry that traveled between Hoboken and New York. Other ferries were named for Betsey Ross and Thomas Jefferson; he’d hearth of them, but had no idea who Smith was. He went looking for answers and then put pen to paper so others […]

  • Digital contact information will replace printed bus schedules at some bus stops in NYC

    Where’s the bus? Riders have a number of options to find about arrival times. Check the cell phone and transit apps for real-time details which are based on GPS systems on all MTA buses. Electronic boards installed by the NYC Department of Transportation at some locations also display the number of stops before the buses arrive. Sign posts also feature maps and printed bus schedules. Some of those will be changing. MTA NYC Transit adjusts the timing of routes usually […]

  • Neighbors, businesses and visitors are on the move around Lower Manhattan

    Welcome to New York and Lower Manhattan. The attacks on September 11th had a lasting impact on the city and the world. An ordinary day in this neighborhood has special significance. Construction projects have brought new commercial and residential developments to the area. Neighbors and commuters are in perpetual motion on the streets. The sound of construction echos on the sidwalks. Performances and special occasions have been sponsored by Silverstein Properties, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, […]

  • Three redesign options being considered for Port Authority Bus Terminal

    MANHATTAN — For nearly 70 years, the southwest corner of 42nd Street and 8th Avenue has featured the Port Authority Bus Terminal. It won’t be changing anytime soon, but plans for a new bus terminal in midtown are taking another step forward. A new facility – to serve even more riders – has been talked about for years. There have been design competitions and public meetings, including one on Thursday night. The location and size of a new structure have […]

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