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, community groups and riders work on new bus routes in Queens and the Bronx

    QUEENS —It’s the talk of the bus stop. Should stops be eliminated to make routes faster? Where should stops be located? When are more buses needed to pick up passengers? Vanessa and Elsie were headed home Tuesday to Broadway Junction in Brooklyn. The Q56 will take them about six miles along Jamaica Avenue. They spoke with PIX11 News Reporter Greg Mocker about the wait as they glanced at their phones to check the bus-time arrival information. At least three buses […]

  • Industry City Dreamland Roller Rink Lola Star

    You’re invited to Industry City for a good time in Brooklyn

    At an old site that was once bustling with factories and warehouses on the Brooklyn waterfront, you’ll find food and drink, music and roller skating. Industry City in Sunset Park, Brooklyn was redeveloped beginning in 2013. It has continued to expand and evolve on 35 acres just west of the Gowanus Expressway. For this spring and summer season, the complex will be open for the first time on Friday nights. New restaurants and shops are opening monthly. Evening events and […]

  • MTA says subway performance continues to show dramatic improvements

    NEW YORK — The Metropolitan Transportation Authority says subway performance continues to show dramatic improvements. The MTA on Wednesday says on-time performances in March reached 78 percent. That’s up from 65 percent last March and the highest since November 2013. It says the number of delays fell 40 percent since March 2018, to less than 38,000. The MTA also says track fires have significantly decreased, which has contributed to reducing delays. It says new equipment featuring vacuum trains and platform-based […]

  • MTA and NYC DOT hold final open house before L train tunnel work, service changes

    It all starts after the evening rush hour on Friday, April 26, 2019. The long-awaited, and much-discussed, L train tunnel repair project, inside the tunnel that connects Brooklyn and Manhattan, will begin in three weeks. Crews will work on one tunnel at a time overnights and on the weekends. It will being around 8 p.m. each evening with gradual service reductions. Read about the work plan here. MTA Managing Director says contractors will be monitored to insure weekday L train […]

  • Dinosaurs move into the Bronx Zoo for safari show

    This is a major prehistoric announcement and it has been millions of years in the making. Dinosaur Safari begins April 19th at the Bronx Zoo. The zoo worked with a paleontologist and dinosaur expert to create an authentic experience that includes movement and sound. The exhibit features 40 new animatronic creatures. Visitors will ride around the two-acre area of the zoo that has been designed to host the show. The zoo invited PIX11 News on a behind-the-scenes tour as the […]

  • Technology, sensors and cameras provide safety and traffic information around NYC

    Intersections in New York City are getting smarter with sensors, signals and cameras that track pedestrian and vehicle traffic. The NYC Department of Transportation has installed and upgraded hundreds of intersections with measures that include traffic calming to crosswalks that give pedestrians a head start. The technology continues to evolve with cameras and networks monitoring vehicles and road conditions. CARMERA is a street technology company based at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. It’s housed in New Lab, a tech hub. The […]

  • Rock & Roll instruments find a home at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

    The relics are rocking at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Visitors can see the instruments used by more than 80 of the world’s most famous musicians. There’s the guitar Chuck Berry used to perform “Johnny B. Goode.” Stand in front of the custom made piano Lady Gaga played “ARTPOP.” See the art in Keith Richard’s guitar. He played it and he painted it. 130 pieces of music history from the last 100 years are part of the new exhibition at […]

  • End of the line for 70-year-old Bay Ridge Model Railroad

    There’s light at the end of the tunnel for the Bay Ridge Model Railroad Club. For more than 70 years, members have gathered in the basement of an apartment building on Marine Avenue. The original train buffs rented the space and, over the years, built a model railroad network that filled the room. There aren’t as many members and volunteers as there once were. The current crew has to deal with the end of the line. Building construction is required […]

  • New fare payment system appears at turnstiles in NYC

    It’s coming soon to a turnstile near you. The next generation MetroCard will allow riders to “tap-and-go” on the train from from Grand Central to Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center and on Staten Island buses. In May, the test of single rides along those routes will begin. Contactless credit cards and phones will be the first to test the new product. Riders at the Bowling Green Station have noticed the new screen. Further expansion of the new fare payment system will continue. […]

  • Family of woman who died on subway stairs addresses MTA board

    It has become a mission for family members of Malaysia Goodson and her 18-month-old daughter, Rhylee. On January 28, Malaysia Goodson climbed down five flights to the final staircase that leads to the uptown B/D/E platform at the 7th Avenue subway station in Manhattan. Witnesses report that she had carried Rhylee in her stroller but fell at the top of the last staircase, which has another two separate flights of stairs. Friends and relatives attended the monthly MTA board meeting […]

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