Commuters to Manhattan can sigh with relief as service from the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Kensington and Windsor Terrace is finally returned after a four month hiatus.
Somehow commuters have been making-do without F trains to Manhattan and G trains to Queens; but all that will soon end when the trains roll in once again at 15th Street-Prospect Park and Fort Hamilton Parkway.
Donna Rubens has been walking about a mile to get the train she needs from another station:
"It's exhausting," said Donna Rubens, a Brooklyn resident who walks with a cane and boards the F train on her way to Wall Street for life-long learning classes. "I'm already 80, but I feel like I'm 180."
Other commuters have been driving to more distant stations or taking busses. The MTA explained that service was disrupted since January due to ‘track configuration.’