(DNAINFO) Gwynn Hogan | March 9, 2016 — A community board has sent two letters to the MTA asking for a report on damage caused by Sandy.
The MTA has failed to release reports detailing damage to the L train tunnel that connects Manhattan and Brooklyn, according to members of North Brooklyn’s Community Board 1.
The board has twice asked the MTA for the reports since news broke in January that the tunnel needed major repairs to fix damage done during Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
The MTA has said the work could force it to shut the tunnel for between 18 months and three years.
They’ve received no response, board members said.
“There’s no reason for us to trust them, especially when they won’t show us [any details],” said Gerald Esposito, Community Board 1’s District Manager.