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Washington Heights »

Upkeep of 191st St. 1 Train Passageway Blocked by Bureaucracy, Locals Say

The three-block tunnel that connects Broadway to the 191st Street 1 train station is a mess, locals say.

Civic Center »

Arctic Freeze Brings Record Cold to New York City

New Yorkers were urged to wear layers and notify authorities of anyone they think needs help.

New York City »

Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel Reopening Round-the-Clock Starting Monday Morning

The tunnel will open to car and bus traffic in both directions starting 6 a.m. Nov. 19, 2012.

Battery Park City »

Tunnel to Towers Run Draws Thousands Honoring 9/11 First Responders

The 11th annual Tunnel to Towers run honors firefighter Stephen Siller, who died on 9/11.

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.

Downtown »

Battery Tunnel Partially Closing on Weekends for Overhaul

The Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel connecting lower Manhattan to Red Hook will close half its lanes over three weekends starting Nov. 11, the MTA said.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Feds Will Deliver $300 Million for Second Avenue Subway, U.S. Rep. Assures

The federal government will contribute more than $300 million over the next two years to meet its $1.3 billion grant for the first phase of the Second Avenue subway, a congressman said Tuesday.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Person Killed by 'A' Train at West 4th Street

A person was killed by an 'A' train at West 4th Street Saturday morning, authorities said.

Manhattan »

Bridge and Tunnel Work Starting Saturday Could Snarl Traffic

Multiple road and tunnel projects will affect commuters in Manhattan for several days starting Saturday.

Manhattan »

Work on the Midtown Tunnel and RFK Bridge Could Affect Commutes

Work on the RFK Bridge will begin Friday while construction on the Midtown Tunnel will start July 8, the MTA said.

Manhattan »

Another Construction Worker Injured in Grand Central Tunnel Project

A construction worker fell off a ladder while working in the tunnel connecting the LIRR to Grand Central Terminal.

Manhattan »

City Considers Plan to Extend 7 Train to New Jersey

The city is exploring extending the 7 train all the way to New Jersey after the ARC tunnel was killed by Gov. Chris Christie.

Manhattan »

Penn Station Tunnel Project Puts Ousted Stores in a Tight Spot

Businesses from Starbucks to independent jewelers say that finding new storefronts in Midtown is tough.

Manhattan »

Hotel Pennsylvania is One Giant Step Closer to Demolition

If approved by the City Council, the new 15 Penn Plaza office tower will become one of the tallest buildings in the city.

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