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Winter Service Changes


Sea Beach

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How winter weather affects subway service:

 

When temperatures drop, and ice and

snow fall on the tracks, stay on top of

all service changes by:

 

• listening to your local traffic and transit broadcast

• visiting our website http://www.mta.info

• signing up for email or text message alerts on our website

• calling our travel information line at 718-330-1234.

 

 

Our goal is to keep as many trains in service as possible and

to keep you informed. Depending on the severity of weather,

here’s what you can expect:

 

Service on these

lines may run local

on various sections

of their routes:

 

(A)(E)(D)(F)(N)(Q)(2)(3)(4)(5)

 

Service will change on these lines:

 

(G): Service between Court Sq and

71-Continental Avs will be suspended

 

(7): Reduced service 11 pm -1 am.

After 1 am normal late night

service resumes.

 

(S): trains (shuttles)

• 42 St shuttle runs all night

• Dyre Av trains extend to

149 St-Grand Concourse

• Rockaway Park shuttle

extends to Euclid Av

 

Expect service

on these

weekday lines

to end earlier

than normal:

 

(:P(V)(W)

 

http://www.mta.info/nyct/service/cold_weather.htm

 

It would be nice to see the (H) happen again :cool:

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Service on these

lines may run local

on various sections

of their routes:

 

(A)(E)(D)(F)(N)(Q)(2)(3)(4)(5)

 

 

 

I'm assuming this is why the (N) is stopping at 8th and Prince St. now? :confused: Those extra little 5 minutes are hurting my commute.

 

It's been awhile since I posted, but I knew I would find an answer on here right away :cool:

 

Probably yes. But if it stops @ 8th and Prince, it has to go local to 34.

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