Weekend of Apr. 22nd

04.22Good evening. As you can tell from the screenshot, getting around Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn will be interesting this weekend. For starters, we have a few recurring service changes, like the everlasting suspension of 4 train service in Brooklyn, the reroutes of A and C trains and absolutely no service along the Myrtle Ave line. In addition to those, E trains are still running via 6th Avenue and 5 trains will not run to Dyre Av. While on the subject of the 5 trains, there is an interesting service change this weekend affecting that line. On Saturday, service will be completely suspended with shuttle buses replacing service between E 180 Street and Dyre Av, along with 2 and local 4 trains picking up the slack along the rest of the route. On Sunday, service is back to its usual route (well for that line, that is), running between E 180 Street and Grand Central.

Check out the map for the rest of this weekend’s service changes

Map for 04.22-04.24

Enjoy.

Weekend of Apr. 15th

Good evening. This weekend, 4 trains are still not running in Brooklyn. Service on the Dyre Ave line is still suspended. E trains are still running on the F-line in Manhattan. To add on to that list, 1 trains are once again not running past 14 Street. Wrapping up the list of suspensions, shuttle buses will replace L trains between Lorimer St and Broadway Junction.

For the full list of this weekend’s service changes, see the map linked below.

Map: 04.15-04.17

Enjoy.

Weekend of Apr. 8th

BusapaloozaGood evening. As you can likely tell from the screenshot above, this weekend is all about buses. If you’re not a fan of shuttle buses, you are in for a long weekend. Let’s jump right into this. Continuing work will take out the Myrtle Ave line, thus diverting M service to Broadway Junction. Adding to that, shuttle buses will replace service on the following lines and sections:

  • 3 4 – Utica Av to New Lots Av
  • 5 – E 180 Street to Dyre Av
  • G – Bedford-Nostrand Avs to Court Sq
  • J – Crescent St to Jamaica Center

To add to that mess, there is also a closure of the Clark St tunnels to contend with. That means there is no 2 or 3 train service running into Brooklyn this weekend. Local 4 and extended 5 trains will run in their place. As a byproduct of this service change, 2 trains will only run to E 180 Street while 5 trains are extended to Wakefield. To close out, there are some major reroutes to deal with as well, including almost full local-only service along Queens Blvd and the Coney Island-bound D trains running across the Sea Beach line in Brooklyn.

Map: 04.08-04.10

Enjoy the weekend.