Using the subway this weekend? Welcome to trainegeddon

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If you’re trying to get around town this weekend on the subway, you might want to think twice, or at least have a strategy for alternatives. Chances are your line will be impacted. Below are some highlights of the snags. Get the full list from the MTA.

1 – No trains between 14th Street and South Ferry

Van Cortlandt Park-bound trains skip 103, 110, 116, 125, 137 streets

2 & 3 – lines run local in both directions between 34th Street Penn Station and Chamber Streets

Uptown 4 trains skip 138th street

5 & 6 trains express from 42nd to 14th street

 7 – no trains between Willets Point and Main Street

 A – No trains between 168th and 207th street

No trains between Howard Beach  and Broad Channel and the Rockaways, shuttle buses provided

C – no trains between 145 st and 168 st

E – Jamaica Center bound trains skip 36th St, Steinway Street, Northern Boulevard and 65th Street

N – Astoria-bound trains run via the Q from Dekalb Avenue to Canal

R – Forest Hills bound trains run via Q from DeKalb Avenue to Canal Street

J- no trains between Brooklyn and Manhattan



  • Audelia Escudero

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    Greg, you can stay wherever you are,we can live happy without arrogant reporters like you

  • Calvin

    Stephanie made an error as she said Z trains run on weekends but its actually the J train

    Plus, weekends will always be a mess to subway lines

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