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The following is a list, provided by the MTA, of all the service in Brooklyn that would be cut in the worst-case scenario:

Subways

Line cuts

G train would terminate at Court House Square in Long Island City instead of its current endpoint at Continental/71st Avenue in Forest Hills.

M train would terminate at Broad Street in Lower Manhattan, instead of its current endpoint at Bay Parkway in Bensonhurst.

Z train would be eliminated.

N train stations at Court Street and Lawrence Street would be skipped during late nights.

Buses

Eliminations

B37 bus, which runs from Bay Ridge to Downtown Brooklyn.

B39 bus, which runs from Williamsburg to the Lower East Side of Manhattan.

B75 bus, which runs from Windsor Terrace to Downtown Brooklyn.

Weekend bus cuts

X27 express bus, which runs from Bay Ridge to Manhattan.

X28 express bus, which runs from Bensonhurst to Manhattan.

B25 bus, which runs from Downtown Brooklyn to Broadway Junction

Nighttime cuts

B45 bus, which runs from Downtown Brooklyn to Crown Heights

B48 bus, which runs from Greenpoint to Lefferts Gardens

B57 bus, which runs from Downtown Brooklyn to Maspeth

B64 bus, which runs from Bay Ridge to Coney Island

B65 bus, which runs from Downtown Brooklyn to Crown Heights

B67 bus, which runs from Kensington to Downtown Brooklyn

B77 bus, which runs from Red Hook to Park Slope

Service reductions

B16 bus, which runs from Bay Ridge to Lefferts Gardens

B69 bus, which runs from Park Slope to Downtown Brooklyn

B70 bus, which runs from Bay Ridge to Sunset Park

B71 bus, which runs from Cobble Hill to Crown Heights

B4 bus, which runs from Bay Ridge to Sheepshead Bay

B13 bus, which runs from Williamsburg to Queens

B16 bus, which runs from Bay Ridge to Lefferts Gardens

B69 bus, which runs from Park Slope to Downtown Brooklyn

Updated 5:10 pm, July 9, 2018
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