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Eleven more stations in Manhattan and 29 in Queens are now connected, officials announced Thursday.
The 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, D, F, G, N, Q, 42nd Street S and Franklin Avenue S will all be impacted.
Service will be suspended between Queensboro Plaza and Times Square-42nd Street for five weekends.
The MTA does not have enough money to add an elevator to the Canarsie-bound platform.
The crash-prone stretch of Broadway between 75th Street and Queens Boulevard will get a safety upgrade.
The stretch of East Sixth Street between First and Second Avenues will be called Miriam Friedlander Way.
Queens is the most ethnically diverse county in the US, and the second borough to use unique road signs.
The group WEPS wants to block southbound access to West End Avenue to curb illegal use by trucks.
The MTA is hoping to decrease delays along the West 86th Street route with faster service.
The team boarded the 7 train for a ride from Queens to Manhattan, surprising riders along the way.
The Community Board 1 budget asks for several fixes to the neighborhood.
The DOT is planning to add a designated bike lane on the bridge, which links Queens and Brooklyn.
The 7th Precinct has issued 90 tickets to bus operators, said Capt. Timothy Wilson.
Saturday's rally will press the MTA to add funds for a pedestrian path into its capital plan.
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