Update: The MTA website was misleading. The same disruptions that were in place last weekend for the 4-5 line at Borough Hall (no service in either direction; the 2 train, which you can get at Clark Street or Borough Hall, will be extended to New Lots for those traveling into Brooklyn), the Brooklyn bound A (diverted onto the F line between West 4th Street and Jay Street-Metro Tech; however, Brooklyn bound C trains will be running as usual) and the Manhattan bound R and (late night) N (diverted over the Manhattan Bridge, which means they won’t be stopping at Court Street or Jay Street-Metro Tech; however, as before, the Manhattan bound Q train will be stopping at those stations, and you can change from the Q to the R or N at Canal Street) will be in effect this weekend, from 12:01 a.m. Saturday to 5:00 a.m. Monday.
The following week will be a carbon copy of this week. From 12:01 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. Tuesday through Friday, Brooklyn bound A trains will be diverted to the F line between West 4th and Jay, so, as on the weekend, no service from Manhattan to High Street (C trains don’t run during these hours). Just like last week, Manhattan bound N trains, which normally replace the R after midnight, will be diverted over the Manhattan Bridge and therefore not stopping at Court Street or Jay, but the Q will provide alternative service at these stations, and you can change from the Q to the N at Canal Street. From 12:30 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, 3 trains will not be running in either direction, but 2 trains will. (Photo: NYC Model Transit Ass’n.)