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An executive order that Governor Cuomo signed in 2013 left opportunities for agencies to evade sharing data with the public.

The MTA's widely dreaded but necessary project to repair the L train tunnel between Manhattan and Brooklyn is now complete.

So far, the MTA says 95 out of 5,000 construction workers and consultants have contracted COVID-19.

The water main break happened at street-level near the Bedford Avenue station around 5 a.m., according to the Department of Environmental Protection.

The long-expected news was confirmed on Wednesday by an MTA spokesperson, who said that repairs will begin on the tube used by the F train starting early next year.

The trouble began with an unspecified "mechanical problem" afflicting a train at Bedford Avenue just before 9 a.m.

"It remains to be seen if this is a band aid or a long term fix," the filmmaker told Gothamist.

“Before these stairs were open, if you were here at rush hour, it was actually kind of scary."

'It would be easier to trust the governor and MTA's numbers if we could see the data for ourselves.'

After all, you don't want to have to make eye contact with a stranger, right?