Everything We Know Now About The L Train Un-shutdown

Embedded audio link features Michael Horodniceanu, Industry Professor of urban and civil engineering and chairman of the IDC Innovation Hub at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering (at 1:30).
In the nearly three years since the MTA confirmed that it would be shutting down L train service for an extended period of time to make crucial, Hurricane Sandy-related repairs, Brooklynites have lived through a waking nightmare of service changes to prepare other lines for the shutdown. … And then came January 3rd, when, out of the clear blue sky, we found out that all these preparations may have been for nothing, thanks to Governor Andrew Cuomo's new plan to avert a shutdown via "innovative" redesign of the tunnel work.

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