Good news for L train riders — the MTA says it plans to get community feedback before moving ahead with any major repair work.

The agency announced Saturday it will hold regular public meetings to discuss necessary repairs for the Canarsie Tubes under the East River.

Talks of shutting down the L train between 1st Avenue in Manhattan and Bedford Avenue in Brooklyn have been ongoing for some time.

Officials say the 100-year-old Canarsie Tubes suffered heavy damage after Hurricane Sandy.

Millions of gallons of saltwater flooded the tunnels, damaging tracks, concrete and signal cables.

The MTA says it's important to repair those tunnels but they want feedback from the community on ideas for travel alternatives during repair work.

No timeline for the construction has been set.

The L train carries more than 200,000 people through the Canarsie Tubes on an average weekday.