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.
These schedules sometimes change, so check MTA.info for the latest updates.