Good afternoon everyone. It’s another weekend with more of the same. The L trains are still not running between Lorimer St and 8 Avenue. There is once again, no 5 train service north of E 180 Street and A trains are not running to Lefferts Blvd, We’ve got a few other reroutes to contend with. Queens-bound F trains are running via the E-line from Rockefeller Center to Roosevelt Av. Speaking of Queens Blvd, this will be another weekend where service is mostly local along the line. Due to the aforementioned L-line closure, M train service is extended to 57 Street during the daytime and evening hours. Watch out for those express runs on the Lexington and 7th Ave lines. Check out the map for the details.
Before we get to the map, I have a bit of good news. After being closed for so long, both Buhre Av and Zerega Av will reopen Monday morning. However, downtown 4 and 6 trains will bypass 103 Street starting early next month.
Enjoy the weekend.
Good afternoon everyone. You’re going to want to pay attention to this post because this weekend’s service diversions are a doozy. As you’re probably aware of by now, there will be no L train service between Lorimer St and 8th Avenue for the next five weekends. M train service will be extended to 57 St/6 Av during the daytime and evening hours to bridge the gap in service while shuttle buses provide intra-borough service. This weekend also marks the beginning of station rehabilitation on the Livonia Ave line in Brooklyn. To prepare for the full-time closure of Rockaway and Van Siclen Avs, there will be no service running between Utica Av and New Lots Av on the 3-line all weekend. That’s not all; 1 train service is suspended north of 96 St/Broadway while there will once again be no A trains running on the Lefferts Blvd branch.
Shifting gears slightly, we also have several route diversions in place as well. Per usual, D trains are running with the N in Brooklyn, this time Manhattan-bound. There are a couple of local and express runs on the Queens Blvd line, with Forest Hills and Jamaica-bound trains running express through the entire line in Queens. Also keep in mind the express runs on the Lexington Ave and Brighton lines.
Now that’s everything. Click on the link for the map.
Enjoy the weekend.
Good afternoon everyone. It’s a light weekend in terms of construction work. Most of the work will cause express runs, the main one on the Flushing line. Main St-bound trains will run express through the entire line. More express runs are in place along 4th Ave in Brooklyn and 8th Ave in Manhattan. The other major service change is on the D line. Coney Island-bound trains are running via the N-line between 36 Street and Stillwell Av. The map has the details of these service changes, along with the few others not mentioned.
Enjoy the weekend.
SATURDAY EDIT: Maintenance work on the Staten Island Railway at St. George has been cancelled for this weekend.
Good evening folks. Apologies for not having this up at the usual time, but prior engagements prevented me from having access to my computer. With that out of the way, let’s take a look at this weekend’s service changes. The biggest service disruptions are on the Broadway lines. N train service is suspended between Times Square and Queensboro Plaza, while R trains are rerouted to 6th Ave/53rd St, following the D and M lines between Brooklyn and Queens. Because of that, N trains are running via Lower Manhattan and Q trains are running local. That means it will be a slow trip on any of those lines.
Moving away from that mess, we have a few other service changes to contend with. Manhattan-bound D trains are running via the Sea Beach line in Brooklyn. We’ve got our favorite local run on Queens Blvd as well as a few prominent express runs scattered around. In a bit of good news, for this weekend and the next, M train service is extended to the Chambers St J-line station during the daytime and evening hours. That offers a few more transfers for other lines, so there’s that. The map is linked below. As always, enjoy the weekend.
Another month has bit the dust, even if doesn’t exactly feel like it. Let’s dive right into this weekend’s service changes. Once again, the 7 is not running past Hunters Point Av and the A is suspended on the Lefferts Blvd branch. Also, we’re back to not having the 5 run on the Dyre Ave line. Finally, train service across the Williamburg Bridge is suspended during the daytime hours. J trains will run between Jamaica Center and Hewes St while the M will run only as a shuttle along the Myrtle Ave line. This weekend, there will not be a Manhattan J shuttle train between Essex St and Chambers St, so are going to want to plan your trip in advance, especially if you’re travelling between Lower Manhattan and the Jamaica elevated.
As usual, express/local runs are plenty, some normal, some not so much. The map has the details. Click on the link for it.
Enjoy the weekend.
SUNDAY EDIT: During the evening hours, M train service will be extended to the Chambers St J-line station.
Well, it’s slightly later than usual, but not by much. This weekend is a bit similar to last weekend. There is still no 7 trains running west of Hunters Point Av. 1 train service is also reduced north of City College and A train service on the Lefferts branch is still suspended. You’re going to want to check out the map because there are quite a few express-only runs throughout the system. The link for said map is below. Enjoy the weekend.
Also, a reminder: the fare goes up on Sunday. Keep that in mind.
SUNDAY EDIT: F trains are running normally in Brooklyn. The map has been updated to reflect this change in service.
Good early evening folks. This weekend, we have to contend with several major disruptions. The 5 trains is still not running to Dyre Ave. The A trains are once again, not running to Lefferts Blvd and 7 train service is suspended in Manhattan again. However, there is a bit of a change regarding that last one. Instead of terminating at Queensboro Plaza, 7 trains will run through Hunters Point Av to serve more of Long Island City. The usual shuttle bus route between Queensboro Plaza and Vernon Blvd is still in place though. Finally, we have limited service on the 1-line north of 137 Street.
Then, we have several express and local runs in place scattered throughout the system. You can check the map for the details. There are a few service changes in place Sunday morning and they’re major so pay attention. First, there will be no 5 trains running between E 180 Street and 149 St-Grand Concourse. 2 trains are running normally, but you should allow additional travel time. Also, there will be no direct service between Howard Beach and the Rockaways. A trains will only run to Howard Beach while the Rockaway Park shuttle runs between Beach 116 Street and Far Rockaway.
Click on the link for the map.
SUNDAY EDIT: There are a few minor changes in place. On the F-line, Coney Island-bound trains are only bypassing Avenue U.