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St. George »

Borough President James Oddo and the MTA announced the study, which will end next year.

Williamsburg »

More than 2,000 additional people could ride the L train per hour with the improvements, the MTA said.

Long Island City »

Service halted between Brooklyn and Queens so workers could repair damage from Hurricane Sandy. 

Jamaica »

The MTA is creating new bus routes and extending service on lines citywide due to growing ridership.

Great Kills »

The MTA updated its iPhone and web app to include real time updates for the Staten Island Railway.

Woodside »

85 rail sections from the same batch were also tested and no defects were found, officials said Monday.

Woodside »

Officials are still trying to determine the cause of the F train derailment, which injured 19 people.

Williamsburg »

The change is to meet ridership demand, which is at an all-time high, according to the MTA.

Forest Hills »

The project also improved electrical and signal installations at the station.

Astoria »

Trains will make all local stops between midnight and 6:30 a.m. starting in December. 

East Village »

The M8, Q31 and Q77 will get restored or increased subway service, according to the MTA. 

Inwood »

The renovation of the Dyckman Street station replaced the platforms and added a new elevator and ramp.

Tottenville »

The station, slated to open in 2015, will replace the Atlantic and Nassau stations.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Trains between Brooklyn and Manhattan will run over the Manhattan Bridge instead.