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Subway Service to Resume Thursday Morning

Service on the 2, 3, B, Q, G and Franklin Avenue Shuttle will still be suspended, most other trains running.

Update, Nov. 1: 

The M train now runs running from 34th St/Herald Square to Jamaica Center/Parsons-Archer.

In addition, partial 7 train service will be in operation, running between Main Street and 74th-Broadway, where customers can transfer to Queens Boulevard F and M trains for the trip into Manhattan. 

 

Update: 1:01 a.m. Thursday. More transit news:

Bloomberg Sets 3+ Carpool Rule to Drive into Manhattan

 

Update: 3:40 p.m. After some back and forth, Governor Cuomo set the starting time for subway service to Thursday Morning.

Below are the details of what will run. Also check out the MTA's revised subway map in the photo gallery.

In Brooklyn

1, 2, and 3 trains are suspended in Brooklyn

4 trains will operate between New Lots Avenue and Borough Hall

5 trains will operate in Brooklyn between Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center and Flatbush Avenue

A trains make all local stops between Jay Street/MetroTech and Lefferts Blvd.

B and C service is suspended.

D trains will run between Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center and Bay Parkway making express stops between Pacific Street and 36th Street

F trains will run between Jay Street-MetroTech and Avenue X.

G trains are suspended.

J trains operate between Jamaica Center and Hewes Street making all local stops.

L trains operate between Broadway Junction and Rockaway Parkway making all local stops.

M trains operate between Myrtle Avenue-Broadway and Metropolitan Avenue.

N trains will not run in Brooklyn.

Q trains are suspended.

R trains will run between Jay Street-MetroTech and 95th Street making all local stops.

The Franklin Avenue Shuttle  is suspended.

Shuttle Buses

All shuttle buses will operate north on 3rd Avenue and south on Lexington Avenue.

1. Between Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center and 57th Street-Lexington Avenue via the Manhattan Bridge

2. Between Jay Street-MetroTech and 57th Street-Lexington Avenue via the Manhattan Bridge

3. Between Hewes Street and 57th Street-Lexington Avenue via the Williamsburg Bridge

 

Here is the full citywide information from Governor Cuomo's office:

  1. trains will operate local between 242nd Street (Bronx) and Times Square-42nd Street.
  2. trains will operate between 241st Street (Bronx) and Times Square-42nd Street, with express service between 96th Street and Times Square.
  3. trains are suspended.
  4. trains will operate in two sections making all local stops:
    • Between Woodlawn (Bronx) and Grand Central-42nd Street
    • Between Borough Hall and New Lots Avenue
  5. trains will operate express in Brooklyn between Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center and Flatbush Avenue.
  6. trains will operate local between Pelham Bay Park and Grand Central-42nd Street.
  7. trains are suspended.

42nd Street Shuttle S trains will operate between Times Square and Grand Central.

A trains will operate in two sections making all local stops:

  • Between 168th Street (Manhattan) and 34th Street-Penn Station
  • Between Jay Street/MetroTech and Lefferts Blvd.

B and C service is suspended.

D trains operate in two sections:

  • Between 205th Street (Bronx) and 34th Street-Herald Square making all local stops
  • In Brooklyn, between Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center and Bay Parkway making express stops between Pacific Street and 36th Street

E trains are suspended.

F trains operate in two sections making all local stops:

  • Between 179th Street (Queens) and 34th Street-Herald Square
  • In Brooklyn, between Jay Street-MetroTech and Avenue X

G trains are suspended.

J trains operate between Jamaica Center and Hewes Street making all local stops.

L trains operate between Broadway Junction and rockaway Parkway making all local stops.

M trains operate between Myrtle Avenue-Broadway and Metropolitan Avenue.

N trains operate between Ditmars Blvd. (Queens) and 34th Street-Herald Square making all local stops.

Q trains are suspended.

R trains operate in Brooklyn between Jay Street-MetroTech and 95th Street making all local stops.

Both the Franklin Avenue and Rockaway Park S shuttles are suspended.


SHUTTLE BUSES:
EFFECTIVE TOMORROW MORNING PRIOR TO RUSH HOUR

All shuttle buses will operate north on 3rd Avenue and south on Lexington Avenue.

  1. Between Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center and 57th Street-Lexington Avenue via the Manhattan Bridge
  2. Between Jay Street-MetroTech and 57th Street-Lexington Avenue via the Manhattan Bridge
  3. Between Hewes Street and 57th Street-Lexington Avenue via the Williamsburg Bridge

 

LONG ISLAND RAIL ROAD:
EFFECTIVE 2:00PM TODAY

City Terminal – (Jamaica - Penn Station): Suspended (anticipate shuttle between these stations later tonight)

Ronkonkoma Branch: Suspended (goal to restore hourly service from Ronkonkoma to Penn Station for AM rush hour Thursday, Nov. 1)

Port Washington Branch: Suspended (goal to restore hourly service from Great Neck to Penn Station for AM rush hour Thursday, Nov. 1)

Babylon Branch: Suspended

Port Jefferson Branch: Suspended

Montauk Branch: Suspended

Hempstead Branch: Suspended

Long Beach: Suspended

Far Rockaway: Suspended

Oyster Bay Branch: Suspended

West Hempstead: Suspended

METRO-NORTH:
EFFECTIVE 2:00PM Wednesday

Hudson Line: Suspended

Upper Harlem Line: Suspended

Lower Harlem Line: Restored with hourly service

New Haven Line: Suspended

New Canaan Branch: Suspended

Danbury Branch: Suspended

Waterbury Branch: Suspended

West-of-Hudson:

Pascack Valley: Suspended

Port Jervis: Suspended


BRIDGES AND TUNNELS

Robert F. Kennedy Bridge: Open

Henry Hudson Bridge: Open

Throgs Neck Bridge: Open

Bronx-Whitestone Bridge: Open

Verrazano-Narrows Bridge: Open

Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge: Open

Cross Bay Veterans Memorial: Open northbound to Broad Chanel; Open southbound to Rockaways but subject to period closures for emergency equipment

Hugh L. Carey (Brooklyn Battery) Tunnel: Closed

Queens Midtown Tunnel: Closed

BRADY November 01, 2012 at 03:57 AM
thats horrible guys but at least the NYC marathon is still on Don't worry about anything else your inconvinence is secondary to the emperors ego
Aaron Hunter November 01, 2012 at 04:43 AM
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Eddie November 01, 2012 at 05:19 AM
I've made this suggestion before but, apparently, the only ones who take notice of this are other Brooklynites. Why not reinstate the B51 that used to be a convenience for EVERYONE, especially the City employees that work around Chambers/Wall Streets. A shuttle bus that ran from Downtown Brooklyn, across the Manhattan Bridge, through Chinatown and back around Park Row. Plain and simple and efficient. Maybe that's why it was discontinued?
GramGreen November 01, 2012 at 04:58 PM
The Patch is not to be trusted on breaking news or its so-called updates. On 10/31, it was reported by Ms Clark in an article (which has since been pulled) that the above amended info was valid as of Wed afternoon. I made costly plans based on this untrustworthy info which resulted in disastrous consequences. The Patch is "All the News Not Fit to Print" because its info is based obviously on unfounded rumors.
Amy Sara Clark November 02, 2012 at 02:27 AM
Hi Czemy, Your experience sounds terrible and I feel for you. Here's what happened: The governor's office sent out a press release that said subways service would begin Wednesday at 2. Then he issued a correction and I corrected the article. -Amy

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