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River of Tears: L Train Closure News

Something stinks: Pols, union leaders demand L service suspension after lingering fumes send workers to hospital

Williamsburg: State transportation officials must indefinitely stop service on the L train until they erase all traces of the noxious gas fumes that filled the line’s tunnels last week and reportedly sent workers to the hospital, and caused straphangers to faint and vomit, according to a local pol. Comments (6)

What the smell? MTA suspends L service after noxious fumes stifle straphangers

Williamsburg: Don’t you love the smell of L train in the morning? Comments (5)

L-pocalypse no! Gov pulls plug on 15-month L closure, reveals new plan that allows continued service

Williamsburg: Gov. Cuomo on Thursday abruptly announced the L train will not close for 15 months in April, upending the planned reconstruction project that state and city transit leaders for years warned Brooklynites would wreak havoc on their commutes. Comments (8)

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