The MTA announced today that the G train awoke from its weeklong slumber and resumed running at 8:55 this morning. Until today, the G, which runs north-south through Brooklyn and Long Island City and is the only line that doesn’t ever enter Manhattan, had been the only remaining line that was completely out of service after Hurricane Sandy.

And in more good news for Kings County, MTA chairman Joe Lhota says the L train, which has been running very limited service after it suffered serious flooding to its East River tunnel, could be fully functional as soon as later today as well.