Midtown »

Grand Central's Lower Level Closed Due to Suspicious Package

Metro-North service was still running, but 20 to 30 minute delays were expected, officials said.

Williamsburg »

Rejoice, L Train is Running Between Manhattan and Brooklyn This Weekend

You can start making plans off the L train on the weekends again.

Oakwood »

City to Spend $242M to Repave Roads, Mayor Says

The mayor allocated $242 million to repave crumbling streets across the city.

Astoria »

Community Meeting to Discuss Plan to Bring Ferry Service to Astoria

The city is planning to bring ferry service to Astoria by 2017, the mayor said earlier this year.

Upper West Side »

Ripped-Up Riverside Park Sidewalk to Get New Paving and Chess Tables

The sidewalk on Riverside Drive is uneven and needs repaving, the Parks Department said. 

Williamsburg »

Singer Pens Tune About the L Train

Jeffrey Lewis's "Train Song" bemoans the problems with the MTA.

Ditmars »

N and Q Trains Resume After Rush Hour Disruption, MTA Says

They were suspended for more than an hour between Manhattan and Queens, officials said.

Bed-Stuy »

26 New Citi Bike Stations Set to Roll Out in Bed-Stuy by End of 2015

The new stations will reach as far as Utica Avenue and enrollment will start this summer, DOT says.

Midtown »

MTA Deploys Rapid Response Team to Help With Delays on 6, 7 and F Lines

The lines have seen the biggest increase in wait times for passengers. 

Fort George »

Colorful New Murals Unveiled at 191st Street Tunnel

The project features pieces by well-known street artists Queen Andrea and Cope2.

Long Island City »

Bill Inspired by LIC Sculpture Plan Requires Public Input for Outdoor Art

The bill requires Percent for Art pieces be presented at a public meeting so residents can weigh in.

Corona »

Brighter LED Lights Heading to Busy Stretch of Roosevelt Avenue

Under the plan, new lights will be installed from 82nd to 111th streets. 

Spuyten Duyvil »

Metro-North Engineer Will Not Face Charges in Fatal 2013 Train Derailment

William Rockefeller will not face criminal charges in the 2013 derailment, prosecutors said.

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