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DETAILS: Subway, Bus, Rail Options for Friday

The MTA resumed limited subway service Thursday as crews continue working to pump water out of flooded stations and tunnels throughout the city, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said. Fares are waived on commuter railways, subways and buses through Friday night.

Buses will supplement subway service between downtown Brooklyn and Manhattan. There will be no subway service between 34th Street in Manhattan and downtown Brooklyn due to power outages. Limited Metro-North and Long Island Rail Road service resumed Wednesday afternoon. Track the latest in subway service changes on this map.

Here’s a full list of subway, commuter rail, bridge and bus availability and alternative options:

A sign informs subway riders of changes in service in the hours before the arrival of Hurricane Sandy in New York Sunday, Oct. 28.

SUBWAYS:

  • 1 trains will operate local between 242nd Street (Bronx) and 34 St-Penn Station in both directions
  • 2 trains will operate between 241st Street (Bronx) and 34 St-Penn Station, with express service between 96th Street and Times Square.
  • 3 trains are suspended.
  • 4 trains will operate in two sections making all local stops:

 

                **Between Woodlawn (Bronx) and Grand Central-42nd Street                 **Between Borough Hall and New Lots Avenue making all local stops except Hoyt St.

  • 5 trains will operate express in Brooklyn between Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center and Flatbush Avenue.
  • 6 trains will operate local between Pelham Bay Park and Grand Central-42nd Street.
  • 7 train reopens at 12 a.m. Friday for service between Main Street and 74th Street in Queens.
  • 42nd Street Shuttle S trains will operate between Times Square and Grand Central.
  • A trains will operate in two sections making all local stops:

 

              **Between 168th Street (Manhattan) and 34th Street-Penn Station               **Between Jay Street/MetroTech and Lefferts Blvd.

  • B and C service is suspended.
  • D trains operate in two sections:

 

             **Between 205th Street (Bronx) and 34th Street-Herald Square making all local stops              **In Brooklyn, between Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center and Bay Parkway making express stops between Pacific Street and 36th Street

  • E trains are suspended.
  • F trains operate in two sections making all local stops:

 

             **Between 179th Street (Queens) and 34th Street-Herald Square               **In Brooklyn, between Jay Street-MetroTech and Avenue X

  • G trains are suspended.
  • J trains operate between Jamaica Center and Hewes Street making all local stops.
  • L trains operate between Broadway Junction and Rockaway Parkway making all local stops.
  • M trains frp, Jamaica Center along Queens Boulevard to 34th Street/Herald Square.
  • N trains operate between Ditmars Blvd. (Queens) and 34th Street-Herald Square making all local stops.
  • Q trains are suspended.
  • R trains operate in Brooklyn between Jay Street-MetroTech and 95th Street making all local stops.
  • Both the Franklin Avenue and Rockaway Park S shuttles are suspended.

 

SHUTTLE BUSES:

  • All shuttle buses will operate north on 3rd Avenue and south on Lexington Avenue.
  • Between Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center and 57th Street-Lexington Avenue via the Manhattan Bridge
  • Between Jay Street-MetroTech and 57th Street-Lexington Avenue via the Manhattan Bridge
  • Between Hewes Street and 57th Street-Lexington Avenue via the Williamsburg Bridge

 

MTA BUSES:

  • Local, Limited-Stop and Express Bus service are operating as close to a normal weekday schedule as possible. Fares are waived Wednesday.
  • Access-A-Ride began limited service Wednesday and is accepting reservations for travel after noon Thursday.

 

NJ TRANSIT

  • Rail services remains suspended on all lines. There is no estimated time for the resumption of service
  • Most bus service was restored by Thursday morning, but passengers will have to pay fares and should expect delays
  • Hudson-Bergen Light Rail and Newark Light Rail service remains suspended until further notice
  • River Line Light Rail service resumed at 3 p.m. Wednesday between Walter Rand Transportation Center in Camden and Trenton Transit Center, operating every 30 minutes. Service remains suspended between Walter Rand Transportation Center and the Entertainment Center
  • Access Link Paratransit Service remains suspended. There is no estimated time for restoration

 

LONG ISLAND RAIL ROAD:

  • City Terminal – (Jamaica – Penn Station): LIMITED: Starting 7:10 p.m. Wednesday, hourly; off-peak trains stop at Kew Gardens and Woodside.
  • Ronkonkoma Branch: LIMITED: Main Line to Penn Station, hourly
  • Port Washington Branch: LIMITED: Great Neck to Penn Station, hourly
  • Babylon Branch: LIMITED: Hourly to Penn Station
  • Huntington Branch: LIMITED: Hourly to Penn Station
  • Port Jefferson Branch: Suspended
  • Montauk Branch: Suspended
  • Hempstead Branch: Suspended
  • Long Beach: Suspended
  • Far Rockaway: Suspended
  • Oyster Bay Branch: Suspended
  • West Hempstead: Suspended

 

METRO-NORTH:

  • Hudson Line: Returns to regular schedule Friday morning from Grand Central to Croton-Harmon.
  • Upper Harlem Line: Reopens Thursday night for full service from Grand Central to Southeast.
  • Lower Harlem Line: LIMITED
  • New Haven Line: LIMITED
  • New Canaan Branch: Suspended
  • Danbury Branch: Suspended
  • Waterbury Branch: Suspended

 

West-of-Hudson:

  • Pascack Valley: Suspended
  • Port Jervis: Suspended

 

MTA BRIDGES AND TUNNELS:

  • Robert F. Kennedy Bridge: Open
  • Henry Hudson Bridge: Open
  • Throgs Neck Bridge: Open
  • Bronx-Whitestone Bridge: Open
  • Verrazano-Narrows Bridge: Open
  • Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge: Open
  • Cross Bay Veterans Memorial: Open northbound to Broad Chanel; Open southbound to Rockaways but subject to period closures for emergency equipment
  • Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel (Hugh L. Carey): Closed
  • Queens Midtown Tunnel: Closed
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