Starting tonight in Williamsburg, the MTA and DOT are hosting interactive public workshops about the L-train service shutting down between Bedford Avenue and Eighth Avenue for 18 months starting in January 2019.
Unfortunately, the snowstorm (#Niko) last Thursday prompted the cancellation of the workshop set for the East Village.
However, officials have announced a new date:
Thursday, March 9
Town and Village Synagogue
334 E. 14th St. between First Avenue and Second Avenue
You can visit the Canarsie Tunnel Reconstruction microsite for more project details.
And a reminder of what to expect:
During the workshops, MTA and NYCDOT will provide information on the Canarsie Tunnel repairs and to solicit community feedback on possible alternate travel options during the planned 18-month closure.
Representatives from MTA and NYCDOT are also using the sessions to gain input for traffic modeling and analysis currently being conducted as service plans to minimize impacts are developed. Representatives will also be available to discuss construction impacts, ADA issues, and bus and subway service as it relates to the closure.
The public is strongly encouraged to participate in these workshops, which are expected to solicit meaningful input on alternate travel options for customers who will be affected by the repairs.
Here's a video the MTA released in May 2016 about the Canarsie Tunnel Reconstruction...
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