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Water Main Break Floods 23rd Street, Disrupting Subway and Water Service

The rupture sent water surging into the 23rd Street subway station.

New York City »

Weekend Service Changes to Cause Disruptions Along 17 Train Lines, MTA Says

The 5 and 7 trains are among 17 subway lines affected this weekend.

Times Square & Theater District »

Homeless Man Fatally Struck by Train at Times Square Station, Officials Say

The victim was struck by a Bronx-bound 2 train about 10 a.m. Tuesday, a fire spokesman said.

Williamsburg »

Woman Struck by L Train in Bedford Avenue Station

A woman hit by an L train in Williamsburg Monday was expected to recover.

Lower East Side »

Woman Injured in Delancey Street Station, Causing Delays, Officials Say

The incident, which disrupted the F and A lines, caused rush hour delays at the LES station.

Hamilton Heights »

Man Injured After Jumping From 1 Train at 145th Street Station, FDNY Says

The victim tried leaping onto the platform at the Hamilton Heights station early Wednesday.

West Harlem »

Person Pulled From Tracks at 135th Street Station in Manhattan, MTA Says

The person was not hit by a train, but service along the B and C lines was disrupted, officials said.

Financial District »

Good Samaritan Rescues Man Who Fell on R Train Tracks, Officials Say

A man sustained serious injuries after falling onto the Whitehall Station tracks.

Canarsie »

Man Struck by L Train, Seriously Injured at E. 105th St. Station

The unidentified victim was taken to Brookdale Hospital with serious injuries, according to the FDNY.

New York City »

R Train Extended to Whitehall Street - South Ferry Station

The MTA has extended the R train to Whitehall Street station for the first time since Hurricane Sandy.

New York City »

MTA Will Not Refund Unlimited MetroCards After Sandy Shut Down Subways

Riders will have to eat the cost for the three days of rides they lost to the storm, the MTA said.

New York City »

New York Braces for Chaotic Commute Monday Morning Following Hurricane

Many subway lines are still partly or fully suspended after Hurricane Sandy.

New York City »

2, 3, D and F Trains Start Running Between Manhattan and Brooklyn

Subway service is gradually resuming in Lower Manhattan.

Jackson Heights »

7 Train Service Resumes in Queens

The MTA is also close to restoring service on the 4/5 and F lines in Lower Manhattan.

New York City »

MTA Resumes Subway Service, but Commute is Far from Normal

Limited service started Thursday morning with long lines of people waiting for packed buses.

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