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Transportation Subway: 2 train
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This week, we’ve got the first weekdays without G train tunnel service, some FasTrack work ends B service early, the 2 and the 4 are skipping some local stops in one direction, and more. Details from the MTA: Flatbush Av-bound 2 trains run via the 4 after Chambers St to Franklin Av Late nights, 11:45pm
Transportation pss_citibike_emptydock
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Looks like Citi Bike may be coming into tens of millions of dollars soon — which apparently could result in more docks in our area. The bike sharing program, which launched in certain parts of the city last year, could be getting the previously reported help of REQX Ventures, a business run by people affiliated with
Transportation G train at 4th/9th subway station
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Beginning at 10:30pm this Friday, July 25 until 5am on Tuesday, September 2, G trains will run only between Church and Nassau Avenues to allow for thorough reconstruction of tunnels damaged during Hurricane Sandy. This means that at all times, trains will not be running to or from Greenpoint, 21st Street, and Court Square in Long Island
Transportation atlantic avenue subway station tiles
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FasTrack work will impact the F and R trains late in the evening this week, but that’s not all — a number of our local subway lines have some changes you should look out for. Details from the MTA: Manhattan-bound D trains run local from 36 St, Brooklyn to DeKalb Av Evenings, beginning 8:30pm, Monday
Transportation Road Work on Carroll
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The season for roadwork is upon us, and the Department of Transportation will be in our area this week paving some local streets that were previously milled. According to this week’s schedule, here’s where you should avoid parking and/or driving: Monday, July 21 7th St between 2nd Ave and Prospect Park West Tuesday, July 22 7th
Transportation Bike Rack Removal by DOT
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If you’ve noticed some bike racks disappearing along 5th Avenue, you’ll be glad to know they’re not simply being removed, but replaced, so there should still be as much bike parking — which seems pretty necessary, from just a glance at usage — along this and other streets in our area. A Department of Transportation
Transportation Vision Zero map via nyc.gov
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There are just a few weeks left to submit street safety feedback on the Department of Transportation‘s interactive Vision Zero map. A little more than 7,500 comments have been made through the map so far, and city officials are urging people to add their feedback – particularly for intersection-specific concerns — by Thursday, July 31. The input, officials
Transportation Trains: Subway at 7th Avenue
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With a flash flood watch in our area through Tuesday night, there seems like a good chance you’re going to be dashing between a subway station and a dry spot at some point. Thankfully, there aren’t too many changes to our local lines — here’s hoping the rain doesn’t create any of its own. Details
Transportation Rough Road Ahead: Milling & Paving
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The season for roadwork is upon us, and the Department of Transportation will be in our area this week paving some local streets that were previously milled. According to this week’s schedule, here’s where you should avoid parking and/or driving: Tuesday, July 15 2nd Street between 4th Ave and Prospect Park West (paving) Wednesday, July 16
Transportation Subway view from inside F train over Gowanus
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Looks like it’s going to be a pretty easy weekend for getting around our area, as any changes to local subway lines are minimal – the G continues to do it’s slow thing, and, well, we know about the R. Watch out further down the line on a couple of them, though. Details below via the MTA: G
Transportation N Train
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A heads up to late-night subway riders: Watch out for some skipped local stops on the D and N trains, long with some other issues that may extend your trip. Details from the MTA: Coney Island-bound D trains skip Union St, 4 Av-9 St, Prospect Av, and 25 St Late nights, 11:45pm to 5am, Monday
Transportation No Parking For Paving
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The season for roadwork is upon us, and the Department of Transportation will be in our area this week doing some milling on local streets. According to this week’s schedule, here’s where you should avoid parking and/or driving: Monday, June 7 7th St between 2nd Ave & Prospect Park West (milling) 8th St between 2nd Ave
Transportation N Train at Union Street Subway Station
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Ready for the long holiday weekend? On Friday, July 4, trains and buses will operate on a Saturday schedule (with additional trains running prior to the fireworks show), and the MTA is running extra trains on the LIRR and Metro-North to help you get out of town early. As for local subway lines, the D and N
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