D as in Dismal: Riders rate worst subway lines in new survey "New York City subway riders scored the D train the worst in the system, with only 40% of commuters saying they were happy with the line, according to a new survey....The A, C, and E line were at a three-way tie for the second-worst place at 41% satisfied or very satisfied, according to a spring questionnaire of riders released by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority Monday." (amNY)

MTA to install 2 surveillance cameras on every subway car "The 13,000 cameras, which cost a total of $5.5 million, will be installed on 6,455 subway cars over the next three years." (Gothamist)

MTA speeds up A trains amid push to raise old subway speed limits "To ease congestion of trains going in and out of its yard uptown during rush hours, transit officials deployed more supervision and platform personnel at Dyckman Street and 207th Street, and they adjusted schedules to reflect when trains actually leave the terminal so that they don’t get stuck waiting behind another train." (amNY)

Japanese marketplace comes to Greenpoint "The complex holds Cibone, a retail shop with artisanal goods from Japan that includes a small art gallery; Dashi Okume, a dried fish and dashi specialist from Tokyo; and House, a fine-dining Japanese-French restaurant. A private preview took place Sept. 14." (Brooklyn Paper)

Workers Trickle Back to Manhattan Offices — Even as Adams Says Business Districts Need a Residential “Rethink” for Hybrid Work Era "Mayor suggests the post-9/11 evolution of FiDi may be a blueprint for rebuilding momentum for Midtown and other business districts as workers continue Zooming in to work part-time." (THE CITY)