Clearly, the MTA, DOT and Cuomo are just trying to drive us insane. What’s more, there’s no meeting planned until the end of the month: Cuomo is calling on the MTA board to hold an emergency public meeting to hear the proposal and decide whether to pursue the plan, which would reduce a 15-month full […]
With yesterday’s announcement that the L Train shutdown has been cancelled, most of us affected have gone from feeling shock, to joy, to confusion.
Commuters and business owners are the biggest winners, but let’s not forget about our lucky neighbors who received rent reductions
The new ferry route will operate between North Williamsburg and 20th Street/Ave C (Stuyvesant Cove) in Manhattan. The MTA and DOT announced their plans for increased ferry service at a Community Board 1 presentation on Tuesday: during rush hours (which have yet to be defined), the plan is to run 8 boats per hour in […]
So after dragging their feet for months, the DOT and MTA have finally announced their plans for the impending L Train shutdown. It includes: Increased service on the G and JMZ lines Longer G and C trains to increase capacity Weekends and overnights, M will run to 96 St/2 Av Free MetroCard transfers between Broadway G […]
As you undoubtedly know, the City and the MTA plan to close the L Train for nearly all of 2019 and part of 2020. We’re just 16 months away, and they still haven’t announced how they’re going to handle the 15-month closure, which will affect an estimated 200,000 to 250,000 riders. Representatives from the MTA claim they simply […]