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Students Explain How the L Train Shutdown Will Affect Them

"The L train is literally my entire life.”
John Surico
4.16.18
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New Yorkers Are Suing Over the Subway Shutdown​

It was only a matter of time.
John Surico
4.10.18
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The L Train Shutdown Is Bad News for Queens, Too

Residents are concerned the upcoming closure will make commuting in Long Island City and its surrounding neighborhoods a living hell.
John Surico
3.13.18
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This Guy Wants to Build a Pontoon Bridge from Brooklyn to Manhattan

The Williamsburg Bridge is for suckers.
John Surico
2.27.18
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Riders on the L: Alan Minor

Alan Minor found that out of 472 subway stations citywide, 119 have an entrance that is shuttered off from the public, and he's hoping to change that before the L train shutdown makes things worse.
John Surico
2.7.18
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People Are Finally Starting to Accept the L Train Shutdown

At a community meeting in Brooklyn, residents seemed to have resigned themselves to their fate.
John Surico
1.27.18
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How Brooklyn Bars Are Preparing for Life Without the L Train

Extending happy hour is one good idea.
John Surico
1.17.18
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The Subway of the Future, According to Six Illustrators

Animal-themed trains and holistic healing are the future of NYC transit.
John Surico
1.4.18
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Here's the Official Plan for the L Train Shutdown

Your guide to hell.
John Surico
12.14.17
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How Do You Build a Subway Tunnel Under Water?

Skill and determination.
John Surico
10.20.17
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The L Train Shutdown May Spawn a New Generation of Bike People

Will subway-addicted New Yorkers really go in on bikes when America's largest subway shuts down one of its major lines? Experts and advocates sure hope so.
John Surico
9.6.17
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New York's Subway Nightmare Is Costing People Their Jobs, New Report Says

A new report found that the subways are having a tangible impact on New Yorkers’ lives in ways beyond making them spend significant portions of them in underground rage bunkers.
John Surico
7.12.17