2 and 3 trains will continue to bypass the 110th St Central Park North station at all times. Through this week, there will be additional service changes on the 2 and 3 lines overnight while we make urgent repairs.
B, C, W, and Z service is not running.
B: Use D and Q service instead.
C: Use A or E local service or D service instead.
W: Use N and R service instead.
Z: Use J service instead.
The 42 St Shuttle between Times Square and Grand Central will stop running after about 9:45 p.m. on Friday, April 3. Use 7 service instead.
L service: Read more about service alternatives during the L Project, included extended M service.
Branch service that’s not operating
- 5 service between Nereid Av and E 180 St in the Bronx. Use 2 service instead.
- 5 service between Bowling Green and Brooklyn College-Flatbush Av. Use 4 and 2 service instead.
- A service between Broad Channel and Rockaway Park. Use the S shuttle to connect with Far Rockaway A service.
- E service between Jamaica-179 St and Union Turnpike. Use F service instead.
- Express service that’s running local
- There will be no express service on the 4, 5, and 6 lines in the Bronx.
- There is no 7 express service.
- D trains will make local stops in the Bronx and will run express in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
- F trains will make all local stops in Manhattan and Brooklyn and will continue to run express in Queens.
- J trains will make all local stops.
- N trains will make all local stops in Manhattan and will continue to run express in Brooklyn.
- Staten Island Railway will make all local stops.
Staten Island Railway
Staten Island Railway service runs hourly.
- Trains will leave St. George Terminal 6 minutes after the hour starting at 12:06 a.m.
- Trains will leave Tottenville 1 minute after the hour starting at 12:01 a.m.
This will connect you with the further-reduced ferry schedule. Trains are scheduled to arrive at St. George Terminal about 15 minutes before the ferry leaves. Trains to Tottenville are scheduled to leave about 10 minutes after the ferry arrives.
Buses are operating on a reduced schedule because of decreased crew availability. MTA is strategically supplementing some bus service to help prevent overcrowding.
Changes to how you ride
You can only make MetroCard transactions at MetroCard Vending machines. This helps limit person-to-person contact for our station agents. Reduced-fare cash transactions can still be made at the booth.
There is a new rear-door boarding policy to keep riders and operators at a safe distance.
Board local and SBS buses through the back door. Riders who need the ramp can board through the front door and use the priority seats. Express bus customers will still board through the front door.
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