LATEST NEWS: 
There's still time to give your feedback on the MTA Environmental Assessment of the L Train Project.
Don't miss this opportunity to raise your concerns; the more specific your comments (issue & location), the better.   You have until Aug. 19th to submit online or by mail.
           Click here to submit an on-line comment

Mail your comments to both the FTA and MTA:

Nina Chung, Federal Transit Administration Region II, One Bowling Green, Room 429, New York, NY 10004

Luke DePalma, NYCT Assistant Director of Government and Community Relations, NYCT Government and Community Relations, 2 Broadway,  NY, NY 10004

Read the MTA assessment at this link:  http://web.mta.info/mta/news/notices/pdf/Canarsie_Env_Assessment_%20FINAL.pdf.    

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We are the 14th Street Coalition, a diverse group of people who live, work, go to school, and commute all over downtown Manhattan.

We are so named because 14th Street is the home to the L train in Manhattan and will be ground zero during the L train shutdown for repairs.

We know that the impact of the MTA/DOT's proposed mitigation plan will be felt well beyond 14th Street and that it will adversely affect stakeholders in all parts of downtown Manhattan and in Brooklyn.

We have come together to ask our elected officials and the MTA and the DOT to do their jobs and come up with a plan that strikes a more cohesive balance between the potential needs of displaced commuters relative to the inherent needs of local businesses and residential communities within the 14th Street corridor and surrounding neighborhoods.


We created this website so that you can learn more about the DOT/MTA proposed plans for our communities during the L train shutdown and what we are doing, and can do, to preserve our quality of life during that period. 

Under the ACT tab you can sign our change.org petition, download and customize letters and fliers to share with your community, find contact information and suggestions of how to engage elected officials, and find out about upcoming community board and other relevant meetings. 

Check out IN THE NEWS to read about what's been going on, according to the media.

In LEGAL, you can find a copy of the lawsuit filed on behalf of the coalition and others. 

READ MORE has an about us section, as well as links to presentations that have been shared about the project. 

UPDATES is where you'll find the most current info about what's going on.

Stay informed. Let your voice be heard.  Join us.