Service disruptions begin this weekend on the “L” train as the MTA begins repairs for damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.
Beginning at 10 p.m. on Friday and continuing through early Monday morning, “L” trains will only run every 20 minutes. It could also take longer to make the trip between Manhattan and Brooklyn because of crowding and delays.
Disruptions and repairs will continue for about two years. The MTA is running addition “G” and “M” trains, along with extra bus service to help commuters.
Originally, the MTA wanted to completely shut down service to make repairs.
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