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Another weekend, another two days of subway service changes. The worst offenders this weekend include the L, Q, and 7 lines, none of which are not running from the outer boroughs into Manhattan. While there are alternative transit options, they are likely running on a scheduled delay of every 12 minutes or more, knowing the MTA.
South Ferry-bound 1 trains skip Christopher, Houston, Canal, Franklin, and 238 Streets.
2 trains run every 12 minutes.
Flatbush Ave-bound 2 trains skip Christopher, Houston, Canal, and Franklin Streets.
3 trains do not stop at 145th Street through November.
No 4 train service between Bowling Green and New Lots, replaced by 2, 3 trains.
5 trains run every 20 minutes between Dyre Ave in the Bronx and Bowling Green.
6 and 4 trains skip 28th Street through December.
No 7 trains between Queensboro Plaza and 34th Street-Hudson Yards this weekend, take the E, F, N, Q, S, or free shuttle buses.
And Flushing-bound 7 trains will run at a slower speed, expect additional wait times.
Until November 19, there is no L train between Broadway Junction and 8 Ave. The M14 and free shuttle buses will replace service.
42 Street shuttle service runs overnight through Monday.
B, D lines will not at 174-175 Street Station through December or at 167 Street Station through January.
No D service between 34 Street-Herald Square and Stillwell Avenue. Take the F or N instead.
D trains also skip 170 Street and 182-183 Streets in the Bronx.
Coney Island-bound F trains run on the E line between Roosevelt Avenue in Queens to 5th Ave-53rd Street in Manhattan.
The F, M skips 23 Street and the F skips 57 Street through December. M service will extend to the 96 Street Q.
Through February, N and W trains skip Broadway and 39 Ave.
In Brooklyn, shuttle buses replace N trains between 59 Street and Stillwell. Trains run on the D line in both directions between Stillwell and 36 Street. Coney Island-bound N trains skip Fort Hamilton Parkway, New Utrecht Ave, 18 Ave, Kings Highway, Avenue U, and 86 Street.
Q trains run between Stillwell and Prospect Park, with a shuttle bus replacing it between Prospect Park and Atlantic Ave-Barclays Center.
M trains will make Q stops in Manhattan between Lexington Ave/ 63 Street and 96 Street.
Between Crescent Street in Brooklyn and Jamaica Center, the E train replaces the J.
Per the whims of the MTA, there will probably be other problems, and the problems stated above are subject to change and worsen.