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The Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel is flooded after a tidal surge caused by Hurricane Sandy in Manhattan. (Photo by Allison Joyce/Getty Images)

MTA Gets $886 Million In Federal Sandy Aid

About $535 million of the funding will go toward repairs of three tunnels under the river badly damaged in the Oct. 2012 storm — the Montague, Steinway and Greenpoint.

01/24/2014

MTA New York City Transit senior staff including Senior Vice President of Subways Carmen Bianco, Vice President of Maintenance Joe Leader, Chief Electrical Officer Wynton Habersham, and Chief Transportation Officer Herbert Lambert visited the Montague Tubes on Mon., April 15, 2013. (credit: Marc A. Hermann / MTA New York City Transit via Flickr)

Sandy-Damaged Subway Tunnel Closing For Repairs; Disruptions For R, G Riders

The closure will affect the R train, which carries tens of thousands of riders between Manhattan and southern Brooklyn. The work will likely begin in August and is expected to last 12 to 14 months.

06/05/2013

An A train is seen rolling through the Rockaways - May 30, 2013 (credit: Mona Rivera / 1010 WINS)

After Seven Months, A Train Subway Service Resumes In Rockaways

After seven months of limited service and an estimated $650 million in hurricane damage, regular service on the A train is rolling through the Rockaways.

05/30/2013

Damage caused by Sandy at the South Ferry station (credit: MTA New York City Transit / David Henly)

$1.4 Billion In Federal Aid Coming For Transit Agencies Hit By Sandy

Federal money has been flowing into the New York Metro area to help transit agencies hit hard by Superstorm Sandy.

03/30/2013

Rendering of new platform at New York Penn Station - Credit: ARC

Feds To Weigh In On NJ-NY Rail Tunnel Project

While Gov. Chris Christie justified his decision Thursday to scrap the state’s most ambitious public works project, the federal government is stepping in Friday to attempt and bring it back to life.

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