Update: The MTA says the southbound Cortelyou Road platform will not actually reopen tomorrow, and that construction crews will be working at Parkside, Cortelyou, and Beverley stations this weekend. They say they will keep us posted on the Parkside and Cortelyou stations, which will likely reopen at the same time.
Earlier: We’ve been getting bits and pieces of information on reopenings of southbound Parkside, Beverley, and Cortelyou subway station platforms since last night. As many neighbors have noted, Beverley has already reopened. Now, here’s the complete statement on what else to expect, via the MTA’s Marisa Baldeo:
The newly refurbished south-bound platform on the Beverly Rd B Q Line station reopened to customers on Wednesday, June 4, 2014, with the first Coney-Island-bound Q train stopping at this station at 4:50 p.m.
The newly renovated south-bound platform on the Cortelyou Rd Q Line station is scheduled to reopen on Friday, June 6, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. – a full two weeks ahead of schedule.
As part of a $3.2M component repair project, the south-bound platforms at Cortelyou Rd, Beverly Rd, and Parkside Av were closed in February 2014. Improvements at all three stations include structural steel roof repairs, repairs to staircases, concrete repairs and painting. We are still on schedule to reopen the Parkside Av station in late June 2014.
Keep in mind other subway changes this weekend as well, and stay tuned for updates from the MTA.