Woman arrested for near-subway shove has history of transit attacks

The woman arrested Saturday for nearly shoving a 22-year-old man onto the subway tracks at Times Square has been booked seven times since June 25, police sources said — including for several assaults on mass transit.

Briana Randolph allegedly came up from behind her victim at around 8 a.m. Saturday on the northbound NQR train platform at 42nd Street and Broadway and pushed him for no reason, according to police.

The attack could be seen on surveillance video and Randolph was arrested at 34th Street-Herald Square station about eight hours later, police said.

She was charged with assault and reckless endangerment and remains in custody pending arraignment.

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