Another open house meeting is being held Thursday night in Brooklyn to provide L train riders with transit options when the Canarsie Tunnel shuts down for repairs next year.

The meeting begins at 5 p.m. at the Williamsburg Community Center on Graham Avenue.

It's the third in a series of informational meetings hosted by the MTA and the city Department of Transportation.

Starting in April 2019, L train service will be suspended between Eighth Avenue and 14th Street in Manhattan and Bedford Avenue in Brooklyn. 

The closure will last for 15 months as crews repair tunnel damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.

The MTA is already planning to beef up service on the G, J, M, and Z lines, and add more bus and ferry service to accomodate L train riders.