‘R’ train resumes service between Brooklyn and Manhattan

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NEW YORK (AP) -- Nearly two years after being inundated and severely damaged by Superstorm Sandy, train service is resuming this morning through the Montague Tunnel linking Brooklyn and lower Manhattan. The tunnel got extensive repairs after being flooded. The work wrapped up a month ahead of schedule and $60 million under budget.

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