In case you wanted to know how your commute is going to go before heading out into the world.
From the end of November until the end of January. At least the L train is coming back for the weekend.
Visit friends, do some holiday shopping and just live your life this December.
The scooters are supposed to help take burden off the MTA system in lieu of the upcoming L train shutdown.
A small silver lining for commuters in North Brooklyn amid the countdown to the shutdown.
North Brooklyn residents will get a taste of what it will be like without the L for over 10 weekends leading up to the shutdown in 2019.
A potential option for navigating the L train shutdown that doesn’t include having to move away.
Bushwickians could see an easier route from Manhattan into Brooklyn by way of an E train running along the existing G line.
Don’t plan on getting around Bushwick on the L between 10:30 p.m. and 5 a.m. on any weeknights for the next three weeks.
A historically gnarly stretch of Wyckoff Avenue that lies along the border of Brooklyn and Queens next to the Myrtle-Wyckoff station on the L and M subway lines is slated to become a pedestrian plaza, and the Department of Transportation will be seeking Bushwick’s help planning it at two upcoming public events
This week, Bushwick’s Community Board 4 voted on a controversial Department of Transportation proposal to bring new bike lanes to the neighborhood
Ladies and gentlemen, a crowded subway car is no excuse for sexual misconduct
L train-dependent Brooklyn residents, business owners and officials met in Williamsburg Wednesday night to grapple with the paucity of L train service alternatives
Behold: the final proposal for implementation phase one of Bushwick’s new bike lanes!
Don’t worry, Bushwick—the L train may be out of service for a long time, but you’ll have ample opportunity to give the MTA a piece of your mind
The group protesting the impending long term L train shutdown has announced that its next public meeting, and they want you to be there