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Williamsburg »

The man yelled "Bomb!" and then "Boom" while the train headed from Brooklyn to Manhattan, police said. 

Greenpoint »

Automotive High School in Greenpoint had an 81 percent attendance rate in April.

Bushwick »

Data crunched by FiveThirtyEight found that rents could drop between $200 to $450 during L train work.

Williamsburg »

An NYU report recommenced the city seriously consider new ways of getting around when the L shuts down.

East Village »

A 31-year-old man died at the First Avenue L-train station Saturday night, officials said.

Williamsburg »

The mayor said he was troubled that the MTA has yet to announce alternatives to the route.

Williamsburg »

The MTA will do Fastrack repairs on the line weeknights starting Aug. 1. 

Greenpoint »

The MTA should run E trains north on the G line at the Hoyt Street station, advocates say.

Williamsburg »

"Bold action," will be required to deal with the shutdown of service between Manhattan and Brooklyn.

Union Square »

The L train was hit with delays on Wednesday morning after a train had mechanical problems.

Bushwick »

Riders should see increased subway and bus service to handle the load once work begins in 2019.

Bushwick »

There isn't enough room on the Williamsburg bridge to fit the buses needed to replace the L train.

Williamsburg »

The MTA opted for a full shutdown instead of the partial 3-year plan, officials said.

East Village »

The FDNY got a call of smoke in the tunnel at First Avenue, a spokesman said.