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The 5 and 7 trains are among 17 subway lines affected this weekend.

Times Square & Theater District »

The victim was struck by a Bronx-bound 2 train about 10 a.m. Tuesday, a fire spokesman said.

Williamsburg »

A woman hit by an L train in Williamsburg Monday was expected to recover.

Lower East Side »

The incident, which disrupted the F and A lines, caused rush hour delays at the LES station.

Hamilton Heights »

The victim tried leaping onto the platform at the Hamilton Heights station early Wednesday.

West Harlem »

The person was not hit by a train, but service along the B and C lines was disrupted, officials said.

Financial District »

A man sustained serious injuries after falling onto the Whitehall Station tracks.

Canarsie »

The unidentified victim was taken to Brookdale Hospital with serious injuries, according to the FDNY.

New York City »

The MTA has extended the R train to Whitehall Street station for the first time since Hurricane Sandy.

New York City »

Riders will have to eat the cost for the three days of rides they lost to the storm, the MTA said.

New York City »

Many subway lines are still partly or fully suspended after Hurricane Sandy.

New York City »

Subway service is gradually resuming in Lower Manhattan.

Jackson Heights »

The MTA is also close to restoring service on the 4/5 and F lines in Lower Manhattan.

New York City »

Limited service started Thursday morning with long lines of people waiting for packed buses.

New York City »

The MTA will restore limited subway lines after Hurricane Sandy and will suspend fares through Friday.