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
  • Coney Island hosts major summer events this weekend

    CONEY ISLAND, Brooklyn — You’ll have your pick of summer activities this weekend at Coney Island. The Coney Island History Project will be documenting the histories of the boardwalk and neighborhoods this weekend. Tricia Vita from the Coney Island History Project explained that people record audio interviews and have their pictures taken. Some people also provide vintage photos. There’s also the 29th annual sand sculpture competition on Saturday.  This year The Alliance for Coney Island says there will be four professional […]

  • 14th street busway rally

    Supporters and opponents of 14th Street busway meet on the block

    12th Street in Manhattan was the scene of the latest rally about the 14th Street busway. Transportation Alternatives organized the event Wednesday evening to send a message directly to neighbors and the attorney who are suing to stop the complete busway project along the corridor. Crosstown traffic would not be allowed on the busway from 6 a.m. until 10 p.m. and delivery trucks and local pick ups/drop offs would be permitted. The NYC Department of Transportation and MTA hope to […]

  • MTA’s new tap-to-pay OMNY program hits 1 million users

    MANHATTAN — The MTA announced a new milestone after the new OMNY tap system hit its one millionth user on Aug. 8. It has many people saying goodbye to the MetroCard along the 4, 5 and 6 lines between Grand Central and Atlantic Ave in Brooklyn, as well as buses on Staten Island. The transaction happens in 500 milliseconds. Tap the digital wallet enabled in your phone or tap your card. Where will it go next? Up to the Lexington […]

  • Judge blocks 14th Street busway after lawsuit by neighborhood group

    Not so fast. Judge Troy Webber of the Appellate Division in Manhattan ruled Friday afternoon for the group that is suing to stop the reconfiguration of 14th Street in Manhattan. They argue that the city didn’t go thru the proper environmental process when it proposed a busway. Attorney Arthur Schwartz brought the lawsuit along with some neighbors. He believes the new order will be in place until the case is decided. NYC DOT was preparing to implement the plan Monday […]

  • tree fall

    Storm results in nearly 300 reports of tree troubles around NYC

    Proof of the wild weather remains along the sidewalks, in the trees, and on the cars around the city. “It was a different kind of storm,” said Mike Jones with the St. John’s Block Association in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. NYC Parks Department is responsible for the care of city trees in the right of way. As of Thursday afternoon, it had received reports of 298 tree issues across the city. That includes reports of 93 trees down, 49 hanging limbs, and […]

  • Projects move forward at Bushwick’s Inlet Park

    WILLIAMSBURG, Brooklyn — Some new park projects move ahead along the Brooklyn waterfront. Bushwick Inlet Park has been years in the making. The more than 25-acre stretch along Kent Avenue from Williamsburg to Greenpoint has been a work in progress since the city promised to carve out the park during rezoning more than a decade ago. This week, a section of the project took another step forward. Crews began demolishing old fuel storage tanks at the corner of N 12th […]

  • Benches appear along Brooklyn sidewalk

    Have a seat and you will hear the story of the benches. The bright yellow flowers and green tomatoes might be the first things you notice as you sit on the new structures along E 18th Street in Flatbush, Brooklyn. It’s just around the corner from the Church Avenue subway station. The MTA owns the property that runs along the B/Q lines. About 5 years ago, it became a community garden. Residents were tired of seeing trash fill up the […]

  • Brooklyn subway stabbing: Woman in hospital, police say

    BROOKLYN — A woman is in the hospital after she was stabbed at the Utica Avenue Subway station Friday. Authorities say the incident happened at around 2:27 p.m. Friday afternoon and began as an argument. The victim was stabbed in the stomach. She was taken to Kings County Hospital in critical condition. Another woman has been taken into custody and one more person is being sought by cops in connection with the assault. The injuries were initially said to be […]

  • NJ Transit warns of travel challenges ahead of Rolling Stones MetLife Stadium concert

    EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ — The Stones are rolling, but the trains run with limited capacity. NJ Transit has been putting out travel notices about schedules to MetLife Stadium all week. Tens of thousands of people will be at the stadium for the show . The Rolling Stones are expected around 9 p.m. Fans could have to wait two hours once it’s over for a train from the stadium in East Rutherford to Secaucus. The shuttle train  can only move about […]

  • Elevator project will begin Saturday in Washington Heights

    WASHINGTON HEIGHTS — Accessibility is a priority for riders and the MTA. But when an elevator or escalator project comes to a station, plans must be made. Work will begin August 3rd at an entrance that is served by elevators along the A line at 181st Street. Train service will continue and other entrances will be open. Neighbors have asked the MTA to provide shuttle buses. The MTA said a funding source would have to be identified. “Fortunately subway service […]

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