MTA officials prepare riders for L train service interruptions

Service on the L train will be slowing down, but at least it won't be coming to a screeching halt.

"It's not going to be as convenient getting to work in Union Square without the L train running constantly," said commuter Darren Bleckner.

The MTA was going to shut down L train service between Brooklyn and Manhattan for 15 months to make necessary repairs after damage caused by Superstorm Sandy flooding in 2012.

"We would have moved out of Williamsburg if they shut it down completely, and...

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