Weekend of July 22nd

07.22Good evening. This is going to be a busy weekend for service changes and disruptions. To start, ongoing work on the Queens Blvd line will continue, with E and F trains terminating at 71 Avenue, along with the suspension of R train service east of Queens Plaza. Another recurring suspension is along the Dyre Ave. All uptown 2 trains will terminate at E 180 Street with shuttle buses replacing normal service through Dyre Av. Adding to these service changes, we have suspensions in place on the 1, D and R lines in various locations. 1 trains are not running between 137 St-City College and Van Cortlandt Park. D train service is split, with no trains running between Broadway-Lafayette St and Atlantic Av. As usual, shuttle buses will run to Grand St and the Brooklyn-D will run express on 4th Avenue the entire weekend. Finally, along with the aforementioned Queens suspension, R trains will also not run between 36 St-4 Av and 95 Street. To accommodate these disruptions, A and C trains will run express along 8th Avenue proper while E and F trains will make all stops to Forest Hills.

Map: 07.22-07.24


3 thoughts on “Weekend of July 22nd

  1. Just wanted to say thank you for making this every week! This is much better than deciphering the service changes at the station with the Rosetta Stone.

    Do you have any interest in adding PATH service changes to this weekly post? It would be awesome to have info about all subways in the region consolidated in one place.

  2. I need to know about the shuttle bus in Brooklyn. I need to get to Greenpoint on Sundays ( G to Greenpoint Ave, which I need the F to get to Church Ave first ). Is there a shuttle bus at the Ave I station that will get me to Church Ave, so I can change for the G ?

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