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Financial District »

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

Union Square »

There were residual delays in both directions, officials said.

Bushwick »

The MTA won't need to use eminent domain to get 60 residents and three businesses to leave.

Ditmars »

Local service on the N/W will be less frequent during certain hours after Nov. 7.

Astoria »

Astoria's P.S. 85 previously had to deal with the heat or open windows to noisy trains, parents said.

East New York »

It will take up to four weeks to repair damage at the subway station, which was hit by a truck Thursday.

Chelsea »

The speedier service will roll out on Nov. 6, an MTA spokeswoman confirmed.

Union Square »

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

Washington Heights »

Roger and Jeff Flores said they're hoping to ease the MTA commuting experience with their Metroki app.

Union Square »

Patricia Abraham, 62, was arrested the next day in Union Square, the NYPD said.

Williamsburg »

The rerouting will "simplify" the westbound trip so it travels north on Union Avenue.

Upper East Side »

The MTA wants to open the line to riders by the end of December.

Astoria »

Only a few more weeks remain until the W train is riding the rails again.

Midtown »

The boy was fatally struck about 8 a.m. by a southbound A train, police said.

Lower East Side »

The scheduled repairs begin on Monday and will continue on weeknights for two consecutive weeks.