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Williamsburg »

Community groups are demanding improved transit links in north Brooklyn.

Williamsburg »

Repair work on the tubes could result in massive service disruptions, according to the MTA.

Clinton Hill »

The Clinton-Washington C and the Classon Avenue G stops will close.

Midtown »

There were more than 6.2 million commuters packing into trains on Oct. 29.

Crown Heights »

That's a 41 percent increase in the agency's delay verifications since 2013.

Astoria »

The screens will be installed at five stations in Astoria by the end of 2016.

Jamaica »

Alexander Copeland took the bus from a Jamaica depot while intoxicated on his day off, police said. 

Downtown Brooklyn »

84 passengers were evacuated after the crash just past the Hoyt-Schermerhorn station, the union said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

A transformer fire caused the delays, Con Edison said.

Briarwood »

The station was renamed "Briarwood" after pressure from the community.

Crown Heights »

The mayor says the area is one of the densest in the city not directly served by a subway line.

Fort Greene »

Subway announcer defies the rules of grammar in slightly shorter announcement at 5 train stop.

Midtown »

A crew of "lite feet" dancers designed a line of T-shirts riffing on the MTA's train etiquette ads.

Midtown East »

Churros vendor Ana Alvarado says police confiscated and ate her churros after arresting her.