L Train Slowdown: Your Guide To MTA's Alternate Commuting OptionsHere's CBS New York's guide to avoiding the L train slowdown on mass transit
L-pocalypse Now: Long-Awaited L Train Slowdown UnderwayWhile it's not a full shutdown, train service has been drastically reduced on nights and weekends. 
Long-Dreaded L Train Slowdown Begins, 15 Months Of Repairs To Snarl ServiceFor the next 15 months, commuters traveling between Brooklyn and Manhattan will need to plan ahead to avoid the major headaches coming with the MTA's long-term tunnel repairs.
Commuter Alert: L Train Service Changes Start TonightThe L will run less frequently on nights and weekends to allow for repairs to an East River tunnel damaged during Superstorm Sandy.
NYC Says Considerable Changes Are Coming To 14th Street During L Train ConstructionThe city is embarking on a dramatic plan to redesign 14th Street, closing it to through-street traffic during the "L" train repairs, and possibly permanently.
With L Train Line Work Starting Friday, Commuters, Residents Concerned About City's Plans For 14th StreetGov. Andrew Cuomo may have stopped the L train from a complete shutdown, but the major subway line will still soon undergo extensive work.
MTA Offering More Options For L Train Riders As Service Slowdown Starts This WeekL train service will be reduced on nights and weekends starting Friday night.
With L Train Slowdown Looming, MTA Urging Riders To Find Different RoutesBrooklyn resident and regular L train rider Amanda Guest had her questions answered face-to-face by an MTA employee this weekend.
MTA Announces New Details On L Train Changes During RepairsThe MTA announced new details about plans to deal with service changes on the L train during the upcoming work to repairs the Canarsie Tunnel.
L Train Partial Service Shutdown Starts Monday NightThe MTA announced service will be suspended between the Broadway Junction station and Manhattan from 10:45 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.
What The L? Long Island Brewery Creates Beer Honoring MTA's L Train Shutdown MessThe last-minute reversal may keep the L rolling, but could mean big delays and overcrowding for commuters. The maddening change of plans is probably enough to drive some New Yorkers to drink.