City Council calls on MTA to help disrupted commuters

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Lawmakers say more has to be done to help commuters disrupted by repairs on the G line. (August 17, 2013 2:22 PM)

Four stations on the G line in Brooklyn are undergoing disruptive weekend repairs, and lawmakers are calling on the MTA to help those affected. City Council Speaker and mayoral candidate Christine Quinn was joined by council members Steven Levin and James Van Bramer at the Greenpoint Avenue subway station today. They say the MTA needs to implement specific proposals to help the approximately 30,000...

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