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From Ch. 7 News, Major Subway Advisories

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Now THIS is h'wut I call Subway RAEP -_-

 

 

Sat, Oct 10 to Sun, Oct 11

(1) Downtown trains skip 86, 79, 66, 59, and 50 Sts

Oct 10 – 12, 12:01 AM Sat to 5 AM Mon

 

(2) Downtown trains skip 86, 79, 66, 59, and 50 Sts

Oct 10 – 12, 12:01 AM Sat to 5 AM Mon

 

(2) Manhattan-bound trains skip Jackson Av

Oct 11, 5 AM to 12 noon, Sunday

 

(3) Trains are extended to 34 St

Oct 10 – 12, 12:01 AM to 6:30 AM, Sat and Sun; 12:01 AM to 5 AM, Mon

 

(4) Manhattan-bound trains run local from 125 St to

42 St-Grand Central

Oct 11, 1 AM to 1 PM, Sunday

 

(5) No 5 trains between Dyre Av and 149 St-Grand Concourse

1. Free shuttle buses replace the 5 between Dyre Av and

East 180 St

2. 2 trains make all 5 stops between East 180 St and

149 St-Grand Concourse

Oct 9 – 12, 11:30 PM Fri to 5 AM Mon

Manhattan-bound trains run local from 125 St to

42 St-Grand Central

Oct 11, 6:30 AM to 1 PM, Sunday

 

(7) Manhattan-bound trains skip 111, 103, 90, 82, 74, 69,

52, 46, 40 and 33 Sts

Oct 10 – 11, 4 AM Sat to 10 PM Sun

 

(A) Free shuttle buses replace trains between 207 and 168 Sts

Transfer between the Broadway or Fort Washington Av

shuttle bus and the A train at 168 St

Oct 9 – 12, 11:30 PM Fri to 5 AM Mon

 

(A) Downtown trains skip 50, 23, and Spring Sts

Oct 10 – 12, 12:01 AM Sat to 5 AM Mon

 

(A) Free shuttle buses replace the A and S between

Howard Beach-JFK Airport and the Rockaways

Transfer between the A train and the Far Rockaway or

Rockaway Park shuttle bus at Howard Beach

Oct 9 – 12, 11:30 PM Fri to 5 AM Mon

 

(A) Manhattan-bound trains skip Beach 90 and Beach 105 Sts

All times until Dec 21, 2009

 

(A) Far Rockaway-bound trains skip Beach 67, Beach 44,

and Beach 25 Sts

All times until Jan 18, 2010

 

(C) Downtown trains skip 50, 23, and Spring Sts

Oct 10 – 11, 6:30 AM to midnight, Sat and Sun

 

(C) No trains between 168 and 145 Sts

Take the A instead

Oct 10 – 12, 12:01 AM Sat to 5 AM Mon

 

(D) Trains run local between 34 and West 4 Sts

Oct 10 – 12, 12:01 AM Sat to 5 AM Mon

 

(D) Trains run local between DeKalb Av and 36 St

Oct 10 – 12, 12:01 AM Sat to 5 AM Mon

 

(D) Manhattan-bound trains run express from Bay Pkwy to 9 Av

Oct 10 – 12, 12:01 AM Sat to 5 AM Mon

 

(E) Trains are rerouted on the F between Manhattan and Queens

1. No E trains between 34 St and World Trade Center

2. Queens-bound E trains run on the F from 34 St-6 Av

to 21 St-Queensbridge, then normal from Roosevelt Av

to Jamaica Center

3. Manhattan-bound E trains run on the F from 47-50 Sts

to 34 St-6 Av

Oct 10 – 12, 12:01 AM Sat to 5 AM Mon

 

(E) The Queens-bound E platforms at Queens Plaza,

23 St-Ely Av, Lex Av-53 St, and 5 Av stations are closed

Take the R G or 6 instead

Oct 10 – 12, 12:01 AM Sat to 5 AM Mon

Note: Free shuttle buses connect the Court Sq G/23 St-

Ely Av, Queens Plaza, and 21 St-Queensbridge F stations

Manhattan-bound trains run express from Roosevelt Av to

Queens Plaza

Oct 10 – 12, 12:01 AM to 5 AM, Sat to Mon

 

(F) Free shuttle buses replace trains between Jay St and

Church Av

Oct 9 – 12, 11:30 PM Fri to 5 AM Mon

 

(G) Free shuttle buses replace trains between Bergen St and

Church Av

Oct 9 – 12, 11:30 PM Fri to 5 AM Mon

 

(G) No trains between 71-Continental Avs and Court Sq

Brooklyn-bound – take the R to Queens Plaza,

transfer to a shuttle bus connecting to Court Sq

Queens-bound – take the R instead

Oct 9 – 11, 8:30 PM to midnight Fri, 6:30 AM to midnight Sat and Sun

 

(G) Manhattan-bound trains run express from

Roosevelt Av to Queens Plaza

Oct 10 – 12, 12:01 AM to 5 AM, Sat to Mon

 

(J) Manhattan-bound trains skip Flushing Av, Lorimer, and

Hewes Sts

Oct 10 – 11, 8 AM to 5 PM, Sat and Sun

 

(L) Free shuttle buses replace trains between

Lorimer St and Myrtle-Wyckoff Avs

Oct 9 – 12, 11:30 PM Fri to 5 AM Mon

 

(N) Trains rerouted over the Manhattan Bridge between

DeKalb Av and Canal St in both directions

Oct 10 – 12, 12:01 AM Sat to 5 AM Mon

 

(N)Trains run local between DeKalb Av and 36 St

Oct 10 – 12, 12:01 AM Sat to 5 AM Mon

 

(Q) The Coney Island-bound platforms at Avenue U and Neck Rd

Q train stations are closed for rehabilitation

Use Kings Hwy or Sheepshead Bay stations to continue your trip

Until early 2010

 

(Q) Coney Island-bound trains skip Avenue H and Avenue M

All times beginning Monday, Sep 28, 2009

 

(Q) Trains run local between 57 St-7 Av and Canal St

Oct 10 – 12, 12:01 AM Sat to 5 AM Mon

 

(R) No trains between 34 St-6 Av and 36 St-Brooklyn

Take the N or 4 instead

Oct 10 – 12, 12:01 AM Sat to 5 AM Mon

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Meh I would use the (MTA)s own version! but everything seems accurate from the (MTA)s website and here:

http://tripplanner.mta.info/NewTP/serviceAdvisories/routeStatusResult.aspx?tag=ALL&date=10/10/2009&time=

 

As for the (F)(G), to bad the (F) can't go to Euclid but rather relay under Lower Bergen..

 

And I will grab some Shuttle Buses of the (5)! Hope to see at least an RTS of WF and Orion from KingsBridge or GH!

 

Plus since its running form 149th to Manhattan, I bet the (5) will be running on R142As from (4)!

 

I made a topic on that anyways as a question..

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Meh I would use the (MTA)s own version! but everything seems accurate from the (MTA)s website and here:

http://tripplanner.mta.info/NewTP/serviceAdvisories/routeStatusResult.aspx?tag=ALL&date=10/10/2009&time=

 

As for the (F)(G), to bad the (F) can't go to Euclid but rather relay under Lower Bergen..

 

And I will grab some Shuttle Buses of the (5)! Hope to see at least an RTS of WF and Orion from KingsBridge or GH!

 

Plus since its running form 149th to Manhattan, I bet the (5) will be running on R142As from (4)!

 

The (F) is not relaying at lower Bergen. From what Railman had said, It will enter Jay going south bound. Change ends then wrong rail to York. Just south of York there is a diamond what will allow the (F) to go back to the north bound track.

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The (F) is not relaying at lower Bergen. From what Railman had said, It will enter Jay going south bound. Change ends then wrong rail to York. Just south of York there is a diamond what will allow the (F) to go back to the north bound track.

 

Oh Ok and what about the (G)? It will cross the Juction south of Bergin then and head back to Queens?

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Meh I would use the (MTA)s own version! but everything seems accurate from the (MTA)s website and here:

http://tripplanner.mta.info/NewTP/serviceAdvisories/routeStatusResult.aspx?tag=ALL&date=10/10/2009&time=

 

As for the (F)(G), to bad the (F) can't go to Euclid but rather relay under Lower Bergen..

 

And I will grab some Shuttle Buses of the (5)! Hope to see at least an RTS of WF and Orion from KingsBridge or GH!

 

Plus since its running form 149th to Manhattan, I bet the (5) will be running on R142As from (4)!

 

I made a topic on that anyways as a question..

Nono, mine is accurate

 

 

the PDF file: http://dig.abclocal.go.com/wabc/PDF/ServiceChanges.pdf

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Oh Ok and what about the (G)? It will cross the Juction south of Bergin then and head back to Queens?

 

Yes, it will come in going south bound, discharge passengers. Go south of the station, change ends and cross over to the north bound track and go back to Queens.

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Nono, mine is accurate

 

 

the PDF file: http://dig.abclocal.go.com/wabc/PDF/ServiceChanges.pdf

 

Yes.. But I still prefer the (MTA) since they updated always.. When needed

 

Plus they can cancell some G/Os even if that list says it will happen. I wonder where they got this PDF off the t/a servers, ive been looking for poster like this..

 

Yes, it will come in going south bound, discharge passengers. Go south of the station, change ends and cross over to the north bound track and go back to Queens.

 

Ok Thanks!

 

Might catch this G/O too..

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Yes.. But I still prefer the (MTA) since they updated always.. When needed

 

Plus they can cancell some G/Os even if that list says it will happen. I wonder where they got this PDF off the t/a servers, ive been looking for poster like this..

 

 

 

Ok Thanks!

 

Might catch this G/O too..

 

1) true

2) oh really? I was gonna do that mahself -_-

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Finally the D goes local, but unfortunately so does the N. I think there's a typo on the G in that the line doesn't go into Manhattan. I'm looking forward to see half-set R46s on the express!

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These combined posters are a good way to communicate the information.

 

One problem is redundancy. Here is a good example:

 

(A) Free shuttle buses replace the A and S between

Howard Beach-JFK Airport and the Rockaways

Transfer between the A train and the Far Rockaway or

Rockaway Park shuttle bus at Howard Beach

Oct 9 – 12, 11:30 PM Fri to 5 AM Mon

 

(A) Manhattan-bound trains skip Beach 90 and Beach 105 Sts

All times until Dec 21, 2009

 

(A) Far Rockaway-bound trains skip Beach 67, Beach 44,

and Beach 25 Sts

All times until Jan 18, 2010

 

I am also interested in the location of this PDF.

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Ok so the (L) is going to run all day to all stops except for past 11:30pm to 5am? The way my mom made it seem that it wasn't running at all or something.

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I think the (F) will relay using the lower level. Why would they use York Street to relay the trains, causing an inconvenience to uptown (F) riders who have to cross over from the uptown (A) or (C) to catch their Manhattan (F) train?

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I think the (F) will relay using the lower level. Why would they use York Street to relay the trains, causing an inconvenience to uptown (F) riders who have to cross over from the uptown (A) or (C) to catch their Manhattan (F) train?

Pelham Bay Dave said they will be relaying at York.

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Ok so the (L) is going to run all day to all stops except for past 11:30pm to 5am? The way my mom made it seem that it wasn't running at all or something.

 

 

 

There won't be any service between Lorimer St and Myrtle-Wyckoff Avs from

11:30 PM Oct 9th to 5am Oct 12th.they'll be operating in 2 sections.

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Pelham Bay Dave said they will be relaying at York.

 

I still find that pointless and a bit of an inconvenience, but whatever. It doesn't affect me. None of these G.O.'s affect my lines, or at least where I live at least! X-D :P

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I think the (F) will relay using the lower level. Why would they use York Street to relay the trains, causing an inconvenience to uptown (F) riders who have to cross over from the uptown (A) or (C) to catch their Manhattan (F) train?

 

If you have been to Jay Street today, you will see posters saying that the Manhattan bound (F) stops on the Brooklyn bound track. This means they are using York Street.

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Don't quote me, but I don't think any trains are allowed to run on Bergen St lower, nor the express tracks due to the whole culver viaduct project. If anything, maybe they have to shut off the power to those tracks (I know there is now a huge section of trackless express tracks) I think from caroll to 4th ave. This is not a right or wrong answer, just an inference based on reading from various forums and just in general.

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Goddamn (A) train! Always ruins my weekend! Now to get to 42 St 9Av I have to take the (S) to B116 St then take the Q35 to Flatbush Av for the always crowed (2) train.:mad:

 

Why can't you take the LIRR? I'd mention the Q113 to (E), but the (E)'s going to 34/6.

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Goddamn (A) train! Always ruins my weekend! Now to get to 42 St 9Av I have to take the (S) to B116 St then take the Q35 to Flatbush Av for the always crowed (2) train.:mad:

 

No...there are no (A) OR (S) running at all! :)

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Don't quote me, but I don't think any trains are allowed to run on Bergen St lower, nor the express tracks due to the whole culver viaduct project. If anything, maybe they have to shut off the power to those tracks (I know there is now a huge section of trackless express tracks) I think from caroll to 4th ave. This is not a right or wrong answer, just an inference based on reading from various forums and just in general.

 

Trains can relay at lower Bergan. The end of where you can so is just a few feet south of Carroll St. Over the summer a GO had (A) train relaying at lower Bergan and work had already begun.

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Goddamn (A) train! Always ruins my weekend! Now to get to 42 St 9Av I have to take the (S) to B116 St then take the Q35 to Flatbush Av for the always crowed (2) train.:mad:

 

Why don't you take the Q53/Q21 bus from Beach 95th St and transfer to the (A) at Rockaway Blvd?

 

If you must take the Q35 over Marine Parkway and Flatbush Avenue, take the (5) at Brooklyn College and transfer at GCT to the 42nd St (S) shuttle.

 

Why can't you take the LIRR? I'd mention the Q113 to (E), but the (E)'s going to 34/6.

 

For the umpteenth time, the LIRR is no use for people living in the western Rockaways (everything west of Far Rockaway and parts of Edgmere), plus it costs a lot of money (not part of City Ticket program) and runs at very long intervals, making it difficult without planning ahead.

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