A meeting is planned for June 9, according to the city's Economic Development Corporation.
The 3, 4, 5, 6, A, C, E, F, J, L, M, N and Q lines will all be impacted.
Even if the MTA closes both Canarsie tubes for repairs, the L train would still operate in Brooklyn.
Almost two dozen residents and community members attended a public hearing on Citywide Ferry service.
Eric Adams is pushing the DOT to study a traffic-calming infrastructure for Flatbush Avenue.
Service extensions will make it easier to take mass transit to Rockaway and Orchard Beaches.
The man has been following the teen through several subway stations since February, police say.
The two transportation hubs' underground connection is opening tomorrow, officials said.
The meeting will take place at 6 p.m. in The Bronx at P.S. 47 John Randolph.
The plan will resurrect the W train and implement service changes on N and Q lines.
An activist group says that double-parked cars have taken over the Fifth Avenue bike lanes.
Local leaders and officials are asking the city to deal with the expected hike in pollution.
The new painted bike lanes will connect to protected lanes on the east and west sides of the park.
Readers offered some suggestions and others rejected the idea completely.
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