With L Train Shutdown a Year Off, Lower Manhattan Braces for Upheaval

“A lot of people don’t commute 9-to-5 hours,” said Kate Slevin, the vice president for state programs and advocacy at the Regional Plan Association, an urban research group. “A lot of people are traveling down 14th Street all times of the day. The worry here is you’re just going to have an inability to get around.”

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