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New York Braces for Chaotic Commute Monday Morning Following Hurricane

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

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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.

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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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Partial Subway Service Resumes Tomorrow, LIRR and Metro-North Today

The MTA will restore limited subway lines after Hurricane Sandy and will suspend fares through Friday.

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MTA to Consider Phasing in Subway Service

The authority is considering getting some trains at dry stations moving Wednesday.

New York City »

Subway Service Suspended 4 to 5 Days After Hurricane Sandy

Mayor Bloomberg said subway service will be shut down for the rest of the week after Hurricane Sandy.

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MTA to Assess Damage to Transit System Following Hurricane Sandy

Chairman Joseph Lhota said the MTA has never "faced a disaster as devastating" as the one left by Sandy.

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New York City Bridges Closed Because of Hurricane Sandy

Most of the FDR Drive was also closed Monday because of the storm.

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City Drenched by Flooding as Hurricane Sandy Nears

Low-lying areas including  Red Hook, Battery Park, and Far Rockaway, were flooded  Monday. 

Long Island City »

MTA Finishes LIRR Tunnel Connecting Grand Central to Queens

The MTA's East Side Access project is expected to be completed in 2019.

East New York »

MTA Bus Driver Struck and Killed by Car in Brooklyn

James Neverson, 63, was on his way to work when the car hit him Tuesday, officials said.

Upper East Side »

Second Ave. Subway Blast Stronger Than Expected, Officials Say

The MTA is still investigating why the blast rained debris on Second Avenue and 72nd Street.

Upper East Side »

Huge Second Avenue Subway Blast Rocks and Rattles Upper East Side

Firefighters rushed to Second Avenue and E. 72nd Street after a big blast shook the area on Tuesday.

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Thieves Stealing Power Tools and Mechanical Gear From the MTA, Sources Say

Thieves are not only grabbing iPhones. Eighteen MTA facilities have been ripped off this year.