Let’s start things off with some good news: The L and G trains will be running smoothly with no anticipated changes this weekend. The worse news is that many lines will experience station closures and delays. Riders of the 5 will be hit especially hard, with trains running only every 20 minutes. Traveling between boroughs won’t be easy either. 7 service between Queensboro Plaza and 34 Street-Hudson Yards continues to be out and there will be no J or M service between Brooklyn and Manhattan. Those free shuttle buses are sure to be packed.
1 trains skip 168 Street in both directions.
There will be no 2 service in Brooklyn between Franklin Avenue and Flatbush Avenue, free shuttle buses will be available instead.
Uptown 4 trains skip 23 Street and 33 Street in Manhattan. Downtown 4 trains run local from 125 Street to Grand Central-42 Street and will be running every 16 minutes. Woodlawn-bound 4 trains skip 161 Street, 167 Street, 170 Street, Mt Eden Avenue, and 176 Street.
Bowling Green-bound 5 trains run local from 125 Street to Grand Central-42 Street. 5 trains will run every 20 minutes.
6 (4 late night) trains skip 28 Street in both directions. Pelham Bay Park-bound 6 trains skip 23 Street and 33 Street.
The 7 train will not be running between Queensboro Plaza and 34 Street-Hudson Yards. Look to the E, F, N, R, W, and S train for alternate routes.
Inwood-bound A trains run via the F from Jay Street-MetroTech to W 4 Street, make local stops at 23 Street and 50 Street, and skip Kingston-Throop, Franklin, Clinton-Washington and Lafayette Avenues in Brooklyn. There will be no A service in Queens between Howard Beach-JFK and Mott Avenue, take a free shuttle bus instead. A trains will run every ten minutes.
168 Street-bound C trains run via the F from Jay Street-MetroTech to W 4 Street and skip Kingston-Throop, Franklin, Clinton-Washington, and Lafayette Avenues in Brooklyn. C trains will run every 12 minutes.
E trains run local in both directions between Queens Plaza and Roosevelt Avenue in Queens. World Trade Center-bound E trains run local from 71 Avenue to Roosevelt Avenue in Queens. There will be no E service between Briarwood and Jamaica Center in Queens, hop on a shuttle bus.
The 62 Street/New Utrecht Avenue Station D, N transfer passageway is closed due to elevator repairs.
Coney Island-bound F trains skip 14 Street and 23 Street in Manhattan but make stops at 67 Avenue, 63 Drive, Woodhaven Blvd, Grand Avenue, and Elmhurst Avenue in Queens. F trains make stops at 65 Street, Northern Blvd, 46, Steinway, and 36 Streets in Queens. Coney Island-bound F trains run via the E from Roosevelt Avenue to 5 Avenue/53 Street.
There will be no M service between Metropolitan Avenue and Essex Street. Take the J or a free shuttle bus.
Broadway and 39 Avenue N and W stations are closed. Astoria-bound N trains skip Prince Street, 8 Street, 23 Street, and 28 Street in Manhattan. Coney Island-bound N platforms at Fort Hamilton Pkwy, New Utrecht, 18 and 20 Avenue are temporarily closed.
96 Street-bound Q trains and Forest Hills-bound R trains will skip Prince Street, 8 Street, 23 Street, and 28 Street in Manhattan.
Special weekend W service will run between Whitehall Street in Manhattan and Ditmars Blvd in Queens.
There won’t be any J service between Myrtle Avenue in Brooklyn and Broad Street in Manhattan. Take the F, 4, 6, or free shuttle bus.
Per the whims of the MTA, there will probably be other problems, and the problems stated above are subject to change and worsen.