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Metropolitan Transportation Authority honchos will finally give the G train the attention straphangers have been demanding for years when they stop L train service to Manhattan for repairs in 2019. The agency will shower the green-eyed bullet with longer trains that come more frequently and free above-ground transfers during the upheaval, officials announced last week, and transit activists are riding high on the news.
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While officials have previously stated that the impending L train tunnel repairs/apocalypse won’t start until at least 2018, not much else is known about their plans. The MTA says they will meet with residents in a few weeks according to DNA info:
“We are working with the MTA to secure a location for the first town hall in Brooklyn,” said state Assemblyman Joseph Lentol. “We are hopeful that the town hall will take place in the first week of May.”
The public meeting is expected to be held in the evening so as many concerned commuters and business owners can attend as possible, staffers involved in its planning said.
“They intend to make recommendations to the community and ask for community feedback,” Lentol said.
The expanded ferry system will be integrated with the currently-existing East River Ferry, which services Manhattan and the Brooklyn-Queens waterfront between Dumbo and Long Island City. In 2017, boats will service seafaring commuters in Far Rockaway, South Brooklyn, and Astoria, and by 2018, the system will expand to the Upper East Side, Soundview, and the Lower East Side. [Read more…]