Trains started rolling again through the Montague Tunnel Monday morning.
A subway tunnel connecting Brooklyn and lower Manhattan that was badly damaged during Superstorm Sandy is set to be reopened.
The pastor of a church in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn – and other residents – claimed work by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has been causing vibrations in the building.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) said Saturday that the reconstruction of the Montague Tunnel that sends the R Train under the East River is well under way, with federal funding in place to get the job done.
Starting at midnight Tuesday, fares will be suspended for riders who get on the A train in the Rockaways and on the R train in the Brooklyn corridor through Court Street, New York State Director of Operations Howard Glaser announced Friday.
The 14-month shutdown of the R train service between Brooklyn and Manhattan has begun.