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L Train

  1. the top line
    Two Cheers for Andrew Cuomo, Subway SaviorSetting aside many other points of uncertainty about the governor’s L train plan, there’s no question the MTA needs more oversight.
  2. cityscape
    The L Won’t Shut Down After All. Time to Panic?Governor Cuomo’s surprise announcement of relief was greeted with less enthusiasm than he might have hoped for.
  3. 5 Ways to Get to Manhattan When the L Train Shuts Down“Manhattan-bound trains are running with delays until the heat-death of the universe.”
  4. transit
    Tales From the Impending L-Train ApocalypseHow locals are preparing for April’s L-train shutdown.
  5. stand clear of the closing doors
    L Train Shutdown Could Affect Manhattan, TooIt’s going to be a rough year (or three).
  6. stand clear of the closing doors
    MTA Reveals Cause of the Myrtle-Wyckoff SmellOf course it’s sewage.
  7. The L Train Closure May End Up Being Even Worse Than Everyone ThoughtWork on the line could take up to seven years.
  8. Don’t Count on Taking the L Train for the Next 3 or 4 YearsGet used to the G, folks.
  9. The F Train Is the Most Delayed TrainMeanwhile, the MTA claims that the subway isn’t delayed more often than it was two years ago.
  10. stand clear of the closing doors
    Man Survives Terrible Judgment Call [Updated]He went after his cell phone on the subway tracks.
  11. stand clear of the closing doors
    The L Train Is Officially ‘Chic,’ Still Full of Whiners“It’s a line that likes to complain a lot on social media.”
  12. stand clear of the closing doors
    ‘East Williamsburg’ Will Have to Live Without the L Train at NightFor most of August.
  13. stand clear of the closing doors
    The G Line Is Dry, But It Still Won’t RollFlooding was not the only problem.
  14. hurricane sandy
    G and L Train Service Will Not Resume Until Sometime Next WeekA big bummer for Brooklyn. 
  15. stand clear of the closing doors
    Groper Dragged Off L TrainSubway justice. 
  16. stand clear of the closing doors
    Increased L Train Service Begins TodayYour journey to Williamsburg will now be “less likely to feel like hell.”
  17. crime and punishment
    Cops Arrest Ryan Beauchamp As Suspect in L-Train DeathBeauchamp was arrested on Bushwick Avenue at around 2 p.m. today.
  18. crime and punishment
    Police Release Sketch of Suspect in L Train DeathWanted posters are now a ubiquitous feature of stations along the route. 
  19. Man Killed on the L Train TracksLittle after eight this morning.
  20. stand clear of the closing doors
    L Train Relief Coming EventuallyBy next summer, to be exact.
  21. bushwick
    Soon We Will All Live in BushwickThe MTA released its annual ridership report.
  22. terrible things
    The L Train Killed a Man in Brooklyn YesterdayAt the Halsey Street stop in Bushwick.
  23. stand clear of the closing doors
    L Train Has More Missed Connections Than Any OtherThis should not be a surprise to people who take it around 9 in the morning.
  24. neighborhood watch
    There’s Mistletoe Hanging Over the Bedford L StopAnd we saw mommy kissing this fashion-forward bear-type dude with a seriously ironically full beard!
  25. neighborhood watch
    Woman Enjoys Porn on L Train, Offers Running Commentary’Oh, here we go, here we go, there you go, get it…’
  26. neighborhood watch
    The L Train to Get Even More Flashy SignageBut will it relieve the awful crowding in the mornings?
  27. intel
    The No Pants Dance“Honestly, I might be an exhibitionist,” said Chris Scott, a 25-year-old medical-office worker from Brooklyn, who rode the subway in blue polka-dotted boxers in Saturday’s seventh annual No Pants Subway Ride, organized by public-comedy group Improv Everywhere. “I just wanted to see how people would react if different people kept getting on the same subway car in their underwear, stop after stop, and acting as if everything was normal,” said Improv member and No Pants founder Charlie Todd. So how do they react? While some riders encountered “fuck-yous” and disapproving glares, for the most part, partici-pants told New York that people just laughed. Which is the point. “Really, all we’re going for is a laugh and a smile, and perhaps a moment of questioning your sanity,” said Todd. Scott, who loved the feeling of stale subway-car air against his bare legs so much that after it was over, he rode the L train back home sans trousers, said that while some of the reactions he got were “priceless,” the response was less surprising than he’d thought. “The whole thing was kind of normal,” he said. “For some reason people look at me funny anyways.” —Julie Gerstein Related: No Pants 2k8 NYC Reports [Improv Everywhere]