Overnight train service between Queens and Manhattan on the E, F, M and R subway lines will be disrupted this week for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s FASTRACK repair program.
Residents of Washington Heights and Inwood will be stuck with the No. 1 train during the overnight hours this week, as the northernmost leg of the A train shuts down for Fastrack repairs.
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn was among the lawmakers Saturday who called on the Metropolitan Transit Authority to make up for the loss of G Train service between Brooklyn and Queens.
A Roman Catholic Church on Long Island was being rededicated this week, after extensive repairs to damage caused by Superstorm Sandy.
Residents of the West Harlem area may notice an odor Monday morning, as crews repair a natural gas pipeline.
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The New Jersey-bound lanes will be shut down from 1 a.m. to 8 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday so workers can repave the roadway.
The Port Authority plans to repair the helix beginning in August. The eastbound lanes will be closed from 10:30 p.m. until 5 a.m. on weekdays.
Westbound trains could run up to 10 minutes late on the Northeast Corridor between Rahway and Trenton and on the North Jersey Coast Line between Rahway, Long Branch and Bay Head on Friday.
On Monday, Southwest revealed that inspectors found cracks in three more of its planes — similar to the ones suspected in the fuselage tear on one of its jets on Friday.
Until now, the city would wait for complaints then check for violations in a building sliding into distress.
For the first time in a week, Long Island Railroad riders were being told to expect a normal commute.
It’s the news Long Island Railroad customers waited all week to hear: commuter chaos is over. Starting Monday, full service will be restored to the LIRR.
A major subway disruption was causing chaos and inconvenience for hundreds of weekend commuters.