Changes you’ll be familiar with if you rode a local subway line late at night last week repeat this week. There are a few things to look out for, from longer waits on the G, to the F running along the A line in one section, and more. Here’s the roundup, via the MTA:
4 service operates in two sections
Late nights, 12:01am to 5am, Tuesday to Friday, April 8-11
4 trains run between Woodlawn and Brooklyn Bridge, and between Brooklyn Bridge and New Lots Av. Transfer at Brooklyn Bridge to continue your trip. Note: At Brooklyn Bridge, New Lots Av-bound trains board at the uptown platform.
Coney Island-bound F trains run via the A from W 4 St to Jay St-MetroTech
Late nights, 11:45pm to 5am, Monday to Friday, April 7-11
No Coney Island-bound F service at B’way-Lafayette St, 2 Av, Delancey St, East Broadway, and York St.
G trains run every 20 minutes
Late evenings, beginning 11pm, Monday to Thursday, until May 1
Allow additional travel time.
No R shuttle train between 59 St and 36 St
Late nights, 11:45pm to 5am, Monday to Friday, until April 25
R service operates between 95 St and 59 St. For 53, 45, and 36 Sts, take the instead. Transfer between trains at 59 St.
No R trains between Lower Manhattan and Downtown Brooklyn
All times until October 2014
No R service at City Hall, Cortlandt, Rector, Whitehall, Court Streets, and Jay Street-MetroTech. R service operates between Forest Hills-71st Avenue and Bay Ridge-95th Street. Trains run via the Q in both directions between Canal Street and DeKalb Avenue.
Additionally, look out for more changes further down the line on the 2, 3, 4, 5, B, D, and Q.
These schedules sometimes change, so check MTA.info for the latest updates.