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11.07.12 Andy Cush

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 […]

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11.06.12 Andy Cush

More than a week after Hurricane Sandy, many commuters are finally settling into normalcy, as nearly every subway line is back up and running in some fashion–every line, that is, but the oft-neglected G Train. The G, which shuttles straphangers from Kensington, Brooklyn up to Long Island City, is the only train in the system […]

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