We have only one explanation for the G train not running, the C line being derailed, and the Coney Island-bound F ending its run at Jay Street-MetroTech this weekend: the MTA is playing a cruel, cruel April Fools joke on commuters. Your move, Brooklyn.
All changes are from Saturday, March 31 at 12:01 am to Monday, April 2 at 5 am unless otherwise noted:
A: Manhattan-bound trains run via the F line from Jay Street-MetroTech to Manhattan.
C: No trains between Manhattan and Brooklyn from 6:30 am to midnight on Saturday and Sunday. F trains run via the C line between Jay Street-MetroTech and Euclid Avenue.
D: Manhattan-bound trains run along the N line from Stillwell Avenue to 36th Street, then hits all local stops between 36th Street and Atlantic Avenue-Pacific Street.
F: No trains between Jay Street-MetroTech and 18th Avenue. Take the shuttle!
G: No trains between Hoyt-Schermerhorn Streets and Church Avenue stations. Break out your bike!
J: Queens-bound trains skip Kosciuszko Street, Gates Avenue, Halsey Street and Chauncey Street stations from 4 am Saturday to 10 pm on Sunday.
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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.Reach reporter Eli Rosenberg at email@example.com or by calling (718) 260-2531. And follow him at twitter.com/emrosenberg.
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