Service options during rehabilitation work
Service notice: As the L Project has progressed, we're now able to schedule additional planned work.
With the revised approach, the L will continue as normal during the busiest weekday times. During nights and weekends, L service will be reduced. We're adding extra M, G, 7, and bus service to give you more options. Subways are still the fastest way to get around, so our plan is focused on connecting you with a subway line as quickly as possible.
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Construction during the L Project
We broke ground for the L Project in July 2017. The completed work to date was primarily for the capacity and accessibility projects we designed in tandem with the tunnel work to make the most of the closure. We will continue with needed repairs, and, as always, safety will be our top priority.
Project timing and latest news
We broke ground for the L Project in July 2017. The completed work to date progressed the capacity and accessibility projects we designed in tandem with the tunnel work. The tunnel rehabilitation phase, which started on April 26, 2019, is expected to take 15-18 months.
Jan. 10, 2020, press release: MTA Finalizes L Project Service Schedule Through March 2020, Further Reducing Customer Impacts
Nov. 4, 2019, press release: MTA Opens New Entrance at 1 Av L Station, Announces Early Completion of Street Restoration on 14th Street
Sept. 4, 2019, press release: MTA Announces Fall Schedule for L Project Accessibility and Stations Work
April 29, 2019, MTA letter to customers L Project Weekend Review
April 26, 2019, press release: Next Phase of L Project Construction Starts Tonight – Much of Tunnel Construction Work is Well Underway
Feb. 13-14, 2019, presentation: We briefed elected officials, community board leadership and advocate groups on the construction progress and service options proposal. Download a copy of the presentation and review
We've been meeting with people from every community affected by the L Project. We're attending community meetings, hosting our own open houses, and even meeting with people on subway platforms.