@undergroundsign WNYC reports that the MTA is increasing L train service to reduce crowding. The electronic signal system has been updated to allow for trains to run closer together–every three minutes during rush hour–adding 98 more opportunities to board an L every week.
@brooklyn_news The Brooklyn Paper has the scoop on Mermaid’s Garden, a new community supported fishery service. Like a CSA, you sign up for installments, but of seafood from fishermen in Cape Cod and Montauk. Prices start at $99 for six pick-ups.
@FortGreeneAssn Some residents in Brooklyn Heights and Fort Greene are unhappy about proposed bike share kiosks close to their homes, says Brownstoner. So basically, people with nice houses on pretty blocks don’t want to share the public streets or lose convenient parking spaces.