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Inwood »

The MTA will provide free shuttle buses for passengers. 

East Harlem »

The MTA will be doing maintenance work from midnight to 5 a.m. Friday.

Midtown »

There is no known threat to New York, but more security has been deployed to train hubs and airports.

Lower East Side »

The 1, 3, J, F, M and A trains were all disrupted because of switch and signal problems, officials said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Leaks, mold and water damage have become common sights at the 34th Street-Hudson Yards subway station.

Upper East Side »

Ceruzzi Properties wants to move subway stairs and an elevator onto the sidewalk on East 86th Street.

Clinton Hill »

A missing-bag flier at a Clinton Hill subway station has drawn the attention of several grammarians.

Bushwick »

The line will temporarily close as crews repair it before an influx of riders when the L shuts down.

Astoria »

Lanes will be closed for construction Friday night and Saturday, the MTA said.

West Harlem »

Herbert Burgess was trying to sell a MetroCard swipe to a woman before her dad stabbed him, police said.

St. George »

The MTA gave $2,000 in prizes for the best ideas for streamlining bus service in the borough.

Concourse »

Police released an image of a subway rider who attacked a man aboard a southbound 4 train.

Stapleton »

Ettore Mazzei has been maintaining the lot for decades, and only found out it was the city's recently.

Midtown »

It wasn't immediately clear when regular service would resume.

Midtown »

The rail strike would cause delays at Hudson River bridges, tunnels and PATH stations, officials say.