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No. 7 train weekend service returns

Vernon BoulevardMay 30, 2013 Staff Report

After 3 months, the No. 7 train weekend cuts are over.

The MTA cut weekend service between Queensboro Plaza and Manhattan from Dec. 29 through March 25 to install a new signal system.

The MTA said the closures were part of a four-year plan to install a new signaling system and make upgrades to the tunnel that goes below the East River.

Further service cuts are likely to take place in fall. However, a MTA spokesman was not able to provide any dates.

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