It’ll be hell on the rails this weekend!

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Did you enjoy last weekend’s lack of disruptions? Good! You will get no such mercy from the MTA this weekend. Godspeed.

All changes are from Saturday, Jan. 28 at 12:01 am to Monday, Jan. 30 at 5 am unless otherwise noted:

3: No service between Manhattan and Brooklyn. Take the 2 or 4 trains instead.

D: Manhattan-bound trains run on the N line from Stillwell Avenue to 36th Street. Take the D to 36th Street, then turn around and take a Stillwell Avenue–bound train for local service.

F: Stillwell Avenue–bound trains run on the A line from W. Fourth Street in Manhattan to Jay Street–MetroTech. Trains skip Smith and Ninth Streets in both directions.

G: Trains skip Smith and Ninth Streets in both directions. Church Avenue–bound trains skip 15th Street-Prospect Park and Fort Hamilton Parkway

J: Queens-bound trains skip Gates Avenue and Kosciuszko, Halsey, and Chauncey streets.

L: No trains between Broadway Junction and Rockaway Parkway. Take the shuttle bus instead.

N, R: Manhattan-bound trains run on the Manhattan Bridge from DeKalb Avenue to Canal Street, skipping Jay Street-Metrotech and Court Street. Take the 4 train instead.

Q: No trains between Manhattan and Prospect Park. Take the shuttle bus from Atlantic-Pacific Street instead.

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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 5:29 pm, July 9, 2018
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