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Brownsville »

She shook her head as they argued with an elderly straphanger, police said.

Civic Center »

In all, 168 people were hit by trains last year, the MTA said.

Bushwick »

The person was struck at Wilson Avenue Tuesday afternoon, officials said. 

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene was named the city's second "hottest" neighborhood to live in next year.

Times Square & Theater District »

Nearly 7,000 DNAinfo readers picked their favorite seats on the city's trains. Here's what we learned.

Union Square »

Police ruled out homicide in the death of Kea Fiedler even though someone confessed to pushing her.

Greenpoint »

The Riders Alliance transit group released its findings Tuesday morning.

East Village »

They were fighting in a 14th Street station when she slapped him, sources said.

Union Square »

There were residual delays in both directions, officials said.

Williamsburg »

The L Train Coalition released a survey for businesses this week.

Union Square »

Trains were suspended between Union Square and Eighth Avenue, the MTA said. 

Williamsburg »

A fire in an underground MTA vault disrupted L train service about eight hours Thursday, officials said.

Williamsburg »

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