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Midwood »

David Greenfield said he will meet with MTA leaders about bringing back the express service in Brooklyn.

Williamsburg »

A rail condition at Halsey Street caused delays Wednesday evening, according to the MTA. 

Flushing »

A vintage subway train will run express to both weekend games and there's no construction. Woohoo!

Midtown »

A broken rail at Fifth Avenue halted service between Manhattan and Queens for several hours Thursday.

Sunnyside »

Commuters are using "7 Train Blues" to post about delays, suspensions and signal problems on the line.

Long Island City »

Riders Alliance will send the stories to state lawmakers, urging them to fund the MTA's capital plan.

Williamsburg »

L trains were stopping at Bedford Avenue due to a broken rail, the MTA said. 

Sunnyside »

Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer is organizing a rally to protest poor service on the 7 line on Wednesday.

Williamsburg »

The train won't be running on weekends between Bedford and Eighth avenues in April and May.

Astoria »

The incident occured just before 7 p.m. Friday evening, FDNY confirmed.

Long Island City »

Service halted between Brooklyn and Queens so workers could repair damage from Hurricane Sandy. 

Greenpoint »

The G train is so slow that service from replacement shuttle buses is better, many riders said.

Midtown »

Service will be disrupted on the 4, 6, A, C, D, E, F, G, N, R and Q lines.

Washington Heights »

The A train will not run above 59th Street from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Monday through Friday.

Greenpoint »

The line will close down between the Nassau and Court Sq. stations starting Friday, July 25.