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Murray Hill »

Neighbors questioned whether the MTA really needs to dig up Park Avenue to build its ventilation plant.

Financial District »

The number of weekday trains that were delayed was up 21 percent in August, the most recent data show.

Union Square »

Michael Dion won $10 million after being repeatedly crushed between platform and train in 2010.

Upper East Side »

The long-awaited Second Avenue Subway's progress got an A+ from Carolyn Maloney.

Kingsbridge »

The MTA blamed the controversy on miscommunication and has since ordered all flags flown at half-staff.

Bed-Stuy »

An online petition says it's time to "open the gates at Gates."

Jamaica »

Straphangers can now ride to their destination and purchase a ticket there, MTA said. 

Mott Haven »

The Riders Alliance launched their #FairFares subway tour Wednesday at 149th Street and Grand Concourse.

Bushwick »

The MTA is mulling a Select Bus route between the Myrtle-Wyckoff stop and Jay Street-MeroTech.

Clinton Hill »

The MTA is testing the digital displays as it tries out a new subway car builder, a spokesman said.

Stuy Town »

Work on the new entrances at Avenue A will begin next year and continue during the coming shutdown.

Jackson Heights »

Seven stations in Queens saw fewer straphangers in 2015, according to the MTA. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The MTA abandoned plans for the 10th Avenue 7 train station back in 2008, citing budget concerns.

Inwood »

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