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‘East Williamsburg’ Will Have to Live Without the L Train at Night

Commuters wait on a platform as a train arrives at a subway station in New York, November 21, 2008. The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authorithy (MTA) said that to plug a 1.2 billion USD budget gap next year, it must increase fare and toll revenues by 23 percent, which would raise an additional 670 USD million if the increase goes into effect in early June.

It won’t run between Lorimer St. and Myrtle-Wyckoff from 11:45 p.m. to 5 a.m. between August 5 and August 30, because your broker lied about what neighborhood you live in and how long it takes to get into the city.

L Train Won’t Run Late Nights in August