New Yorkers will be running this weekend. Will the subway?

Posted On Fri, November 2, 2018 By

Posted On Fri, November 2, 2018 By In weekend subway service

One of the best New York City events takes place this weekend: the NYC Marathon. With an expected 50,000 runners participating in the race on Sunday, and thousands more cheering on the sidelines, you can definitely expect some transit and traffic disruptions. The marathon kicks of 8:30 a.m. in Staten Island and ends in Central Park. In addition to typical subway delays and reroutes (or just a total lack of service), the MTA is also closing the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge on Nov. 4 between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. If you need help getting to the event on Sunday, check out the Marathon Subway Map from the MTA. And ahead, find the rest of the subway service changes planned for this weekend.

South Ferry-bound 1 trains skip 238 Street.

From Friday to Saturday night, 2 trains skip Eastern Parkway, Grand Army Plaza and Bergen Street stations in Brooklyn.

Uptown 2 and 5 trains run express from 3 Ave-149 Street to East 180 Street in the Bronx on Sunday and Sunday, between 5:45 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

3 trains skip 145 Street in both directions through November.

On Saturday, between 6:15 a.m. and 10 p.m., 3 trains skip Eastern Parkway, Grand Army Plaza, and Bergen Street.

6 and 4 trains skip 28 Street in both directions through December.

Between 12 a.m. and 6:30 a.m., Woodlawn-bound 4 trains skip Eastern Parkway, Grand Army Plaza, and Bergen Street.

All 7 trains at Hunters Point Avenue and Vernon Boulevard-Jackson Avenue board at the Flushing-bound platform on Friday and Saturday, between 12:40 a.m. to 5 a.m.

Ozone Park and Far Rockaway-bound A trains skip 50 Street, 23 Street and Spring Street in Manhattan.

From 9:45 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. on Monday, Inwood-bound A trains run via the F from Jay Street-Metro Tech in Brooklyn to West 4 Street in Manhattan.

No E service between Briarwood and Jamacia Center in Queens from Friday at 11:45 p.m. and 5 a.m. on Monday. Shuttle buses will stop at Briarwood, Jamaica-Van Wyck, and Sutphin Boulevard/Archer Ave.

In both directions, B, D trains skip 174-175 Streets, through December, and 167 Street in through January.

Norwood-bound D trains skip 155 Street in Manhattan and 161 and 170 Streets in the Bronx.

Coney Island-bound D trains run express from Grand Street to 36 Street in Brooklyn, skipping DeKalb.

Starting Saturday through Monday at 5 a.m., F trains run local in both directions in Queens. No F service between Church Avenue and Still Avenue in Brooklyn; F trains will run between 179 Street and Church Avenue.

There will be no Brooklyn-bound F service at 21 Street, Queensbridge, Roosevelt Island, any stops in Manhattan, or York Street.

N trains run every 12 minutes on Saturday. Coney Island-bound N trains skip 30 Ave and 36 Ave in Queens.

Through February, Broadway and 39 Ave N, W stations are closed. Coney Island-bound N trains will not stop at Fort Hamilton Parkway, New Utrecht Avenue, 18 Ave, and 20 Ave.

96 Street-bound Q trains run express from Kings Highway to Prospect Park.

No R trains between Whitehall Street and Atlantic Ave-Barclays Center. The R will also skip Union Street, 4 Ave-9 Street, Prospect Ave and 25 Street in both directions. It will run between 95 Street and 36tStreet and express from Atlantic Ave.

Jamaica Center-bound J, Z trains skip 104 and 121 Street.

Between Friday at 9:45 a.m. and Saturday at 8 p.m., there will be no G trains between Nassau Avenue and Court Square, but free shuttle buses will operate. There is G service between Nassau and Church Avenue.

Per the whims of the MTA, there will probably be other problems, and the problems stated above are subject to change and worsen.

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