Good evening folks. I hope everyone had a good Christmas if you do celebrate the holiday. If you don’t, well I hope you enjoyed the day off nonetheless. In celebration of the holiday, there is very little service disruptions in place this weekend. There are a few headaches to contend with though, so it’s not entirely quiet.
First off, D train service is suspended in both directions between Herald Square and the Barclays Center. Service in Brooklyn is express only in both directions with N trains picking up the slack. Secondly, speaking of the N trains, Manhattan-bound service is running non-stop between Stillwell Av and 59 Street-4 Avenue. Finally, Queens-bound N and R trains are rerouted over the Manhattan Bridge, skipping all stops in Downtown Brooklyn and Lower Manhattan. Also be aware of a Saturday-only disruption on the 6-line in the Bronx, which has Pelham Bay Park-bound trains running express from Hunts Point Av onward.
Before we get to the map, I would like to point out the following upcoming long-term service changes. Starting Monday, Brooklyn-bound A trains will bypass 111 Street and 80 Street until the Spring. Also, the elevators at 125 St-Lexington Av will be out of service for most of next year starting January 8th.
That is all. Click on the link for the map.
Map for 12.26
Enjoy the weekend and the mild temperatures.
Good evening folks. It’s another fairly light weekend in terms of service disruptions. In fact, there is little change from last weekend. That means there is no L train service east of Myrtle Av or F train service between Kings Hwy and Coney Island. The only addition to the list of subway reroutes is on the 4-line. During the overnight hours, service is split at 125 Street.
Check out the map for the details.
Enjoy the weekend.
Good evening folks. It’s another light weekend in terms of service disruptions. The only suspension of service is on the L-line between Myrtle Av and Rockaway Pkwy. Other than that, we have to deal with a diversion on the uptown C and D lines. D trains are running via the C-line from W 4 Street to 145 St while C trains run express in Manhattan. Finally, Queens-bound R trains are running across the Manhattan Bridge, bypassing all stops in Downtown Brooklyn and Lower Manhattan. In a bit of good news, 80 Street and 111 Street on the A-line will reopen fully on Monday morning.
Click on the link for the map.
Have a nice weekend.
Good evening. As we approach the holidays, the MTA lightens up on the service disruptions. For the most part that is. This weekend, we barely have anything happening. There are a couple of partial suspensions on the 7 and G lines, but those are only in effect on Saturday. Sunday is pretty much normal service and because of that, I’m posting two maps for clarity’s sake.
Sat. 12.05 Sun. 12.06
Enjoy the weekend.