It’s always something

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The L is back in Williamsburg, and the F is back in Brownstone Brooklyn, but the Q is more or less out of commission. It’s always something. Read on for all the news that affects your weekend commute.

(Saturday, Sept. 24 at 12:01 am to Monday, Sept. 26 at 5 am unless otherwise noted):

D: Manhattan-bound trains run on the N from Stillwell Avenue to 36th Street. Stillwell Avenue-bound trains skip 71st Street (all times).

F: All trains skip Smith-Ninth Street (all times).

L: Trains run in two sections: Between Eighth Avenue and Broadway Junction and from Broadway Junction to Rockaway Parkway every 24 minutes.

G: No trains between Court Square in Queens and Bedford-Nostrand Avenues. Take the shuttle bus instead. All trains skip Smith-Ninth Street (all times).

N: Stillwell Avenue-bound trains run on the D train from 36th Street to Stillwell Avenue.

Q: No trains from Manhattan to Prospect Park. Take the N or R trains to Atlantic-Pacific and then hop on a free shuttle bus.

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Information courtesy of New York City Transit — and is accurate at press time. Community Newspaper Group is not responsible for last-minute changes made by the agency.

Updated 5:26 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

Guido Fauci from Shore Road says:
Mass Transit (bus and rail) for Bay Ridge has been on a constant downhill slide for years. Is the MTA specifically targeting this area to get back a State Senator Martin Golden?

What can be done to get back to "the good old days"?
Sept. 25, 2011, 4:56 pm
Mike from Bay Ridge says:
To Guido: gentrify Bay Ridge with the rich instead of letting it go the way of Sunset Park.
Sept. 29, 2011, 10:50 am

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