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East Williamsburg »

The MTA says it will stop paying for the emergency repair plan at the end of January.

Civic Center »

Officials urged Mayor Bill de Blasio to commit $200 million from the budget to fund the program. 

Williamsburg »

MTA needs capital funding to keep up with demands placed on the aged system by increased ridership.

Civic Center »

De Blasio and Sen. Chuck Schumer rode the train to get Congress to pass a long-term transportation bill.

Forest Hills »

The MTA blames increased ridership, while transportation advocates say it's lack of funding.

Long Island City »

Riders Alliance will send the stories to state lawmakers, urging them to fund the MTA's capital plan.

Civic Center »

New legislation would require businesses to allow employees to buy MetroCards with pre-tax earnings.

Civic Center »

Transportation advocates are calling for countdown clocks to let riders know when a bus will arrive.

Greenpoint »

A new video highlights the hardships of G train straphangers.

Financial District »

Disgruntled commuters want to MTA to use their $40 million surplus to improve services.

New York City »

The notorious G line has gotten a lot more popular.

Greenpoint »

The cross-Brooklyn line will receive a full review, officials said.

Williamsburg »

The Riders Alliance is hosting an open forum Wednesday for frustrated G train users.