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Brooklyn Begging G Train Not to Bother Coming Back

The six-week summer absence of the much-maligned Queens-bound subway line, scheduled to end after Labor Day, has actually been a godsend thanks to its above-ground replacement. “The shuttle is always there,” one mournful commuter told DNAinfo. “And it’s free.” Plus, cell service allows bored hipsters to post their semi-ironic, book-based Craigslist missed connections in real time.

Brooklyn Begging G Train Not to Come Back