Weekend of July 26th

Good afternoon everyone. It’s the weekend again folks, so that must mean weekend subway work. First off, starting tonight, and running continuously through early September, there will be no G-train service north of Nassau Av. Shuttle buses will be running along Manhattan Ave making all station stops between Court Sq and Nassau Av, as well as along McGuinness Blvd making stops near G-line station between Metropolitan Av-Lorimer St and Court Sq. A free out-of-system transfer between the G and J & M lines at Broadway and Lorimer St respectively.

With that Sandy-related service change out of the way, let’s get back to the normal mess. The 2 is still split at 149 St-Grand Concourse with the northern section running express southbound. The 5 still isn’t running past E 180 St. And once again, the E and F are running local on Queens Blvd. New additions this week include the suspension of the N between Queensboro Plaza and Times Square, the R being rerouted via both 53rd Street and 6th Avenue and another shutdown on the Liberty Avenue elevated between Rockaway Blvd and Lefferts Blvd.

As always, check the map for the details. And just a reminder folks, FASTRACK hits the Central Park West line again next week so plan for that.


Enjoy the weekend everyone.

Weekend of July 19th

Good afternoon everyone. Here are the high-(low-)lights of this weekend’s service disruptions. It’s about the same amount of service changes, but they’re scattered in different locations than previous weekends. The 5 is still suspended south of E 180 St. On the bright side, there is 2 train service, albeit split up at 149 St-Grand Concourse. We’ve also got the return of the Flushing line suspension west of Queensboro Plaza. Finally, the A and C line disruptions north of 145 St are still in place. This is the last weekend for this particular service change, at least for the month that is. Other service disruptions include the Brooklyn-bound F trains running via 53rd Street and the Cranberry Street tunnels and Queens-bound A trains bypassing 111 St. Details are available on the map linked below Enjoy the weekend.

Corrected Map

SATURDAY UPDATE: In a bit of good news, the split service operation on the 2-line is ending early. Like tonight early, so you won’t have to transfer between trains for 7th Avenue-Bronx service. 5 train service is still suspended south of the Dyre Avenue line however, so keep that in mind. I’ve updated the map for this small change. Enjoy the rest of the weekend.

Weekend of July 12th

Good afternoon everyone. Once again, it’s Friday, and that means weekend subway work. Most of the big disruptions from last week (2/5 suspension between E 180 St & 149 St, A from 168 St to 207 St) carries over to this weekend. There are a few new service changes in place as well. Manhattan-bound A and C trains are running via the Rutgers Street (F-line) tube from Jay St to W 4 St. Manhattan-bound D trains are running express between Bay Pkwy and 9 Av. Finally, we have another full-time disruption in place, this time on the D-line. Until the 21st, Manhattan-bound D trains are bypassing 182-183 Sts. For the record, in-bound B trains are also skipping the station during the week as well. That’s pretty much all she wrote. The map has everything in detail. Click on the link for that. Enjoy the weekend.


Weekend of July 5th

Good afternoon and Happy Independence Day. As it is a holiday weekend, service disruptions are relatively light. There are still a few big ones in place though. This weekend is the first of two where 2 and 5-line service in the Bronx is replaced by shuttle buses. Also, work on the northern portion of the 8th Avenue line continues from last week. There are a few bi-directional local runs in place, one on Queens Blvd and the other along 4th Avenue in Brooklyn (though the latter is only in place on Sunday). A few other minor service changes are in effect as well. As always, the map has the details. Click the link below for it.


P.S. Starting tomorrow, both Buhre Av and Zerega Av on the 6-line are closed for station renovation.