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Consider this week’s update a compelling argument for the existence of the bus system. (All changes are Saturday, Nov. 12 at 12:01 am to Monday, Nov. 14 at 5 am unless otherwise noted):

2, 3: No trains in Brooklyn. Take the 4 or 5 trains instead. No service at Clark Street at all.

A: Manhattan-bound trains run on the F from Jay Street-Metrotech to W. Fourth Street in Manhattan.

C: No trains from Manhattan to Brooklyn. Take the A or F trains instead.

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

F: No service between Jay Street-Metrotech and 18th Avenue. Free shuttle buses replace trains.

G: No trains between Hoyt-Schermerhorn streets and Church Avenue. Train runs in two segments: Hoyt-Schermerhorn to Bedford Avenue and Bedford Avenue to Court Square in Queens. All trains skip Smith-Ninth Street (all times).

J: Queens-bound trains skip Hewes and Lorimer streets and Flushing Avenue.

M: Trains run every 24 minutes between Myrtle and Metropolitan avenues.

Q: Manhattan-bound trains run express from Kings Highway to Prospect Park.

Got a transit gripe? Tell us. E-mail dmacleod@cnglocal.com.

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 5:27 pm, July 9, 2018
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anaabdul from cobble hill says:
Hey! Little Johnny read this web page. He asked, "Mommy, what does F'KD mean? How about calling your paper the "Jerry Sandusky Times"?
Nov. 11, 2011, 6:38 am

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