MTA’s Hurricane Sandy Subway Recovery Map

Now this is genius… MTA has released an up to-the-minute map that shows which subway lines will be operating beginning Thursday, November 1. No lines are making stops below 42nd Street, while, as you’ll see, unfortunately, there’s no service yet connecting Brooklyn Heights with Manhattan. Info about transit options connecting buses from Jay Street to NYC are in the post below here. Hold onto this link: The map will be updated daily as more subway lines are deemed safe and available for public access.

See full map below, along with a line-by-line subway & bus update from Montague Street BID. (Just added a nifty widget from the MTA, after the jump.)

Brooklyn subway service will be as follows:
2 — No service in Brooklyn
3 — No service in Brooklyn
4 — Borough Hall-New Lots Av (Local)
5 — Atlantic Av/Barclays Center-Flatbush Av (Express)
A — Jay St/MetroTech-Lefferts Blvd (Local)
B — No Service
C — No Service (See A service above)
D — Atlantic Av/Barclays Center-Bay Pkwy (Express Pacific – 36 St)
F — Jay St/MetroTech-Av X (Local)
G — No Service
L — Broadway Junction-Rockaway Pkwy (Local)
M — Myrtle Av/Broadway-Metropolitan Av (Shuttle)
Q — No Service
R — Jay St/MetroTech-95 St (Local)
S Franklin Avenue Shuttle — No Service
S Rockaway Park Shuttle — No Service

Shuttle buses:
All buses run north on 3rd Av and south on Lexington Ave.
Atlantic Ave/Barclays Center to 57 St/Lexington Ave via Manhattan Bridge
Jay St/MetroTech to 57 St/Lexington Ave via Manhattan Bridge
Hewes St to 57 St/Lexington Ave via Williamsburg Bridge

Try this handy widget from the MTA. – Homer

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  • willowl

    can someone explain to me how the shuttle bus works? such as the one that leaves from jay street metro tech into the city? what are the stops?

  • Knight

    @willowl: As you may have noticed, there are no buses that run from BH to lower Manhattan on the normal timetable. I believe that on the shuttles there will be only one “stop” in Manhattan, which will be on the Lower East Side where you can connect with buses that will take you north. If you need to get from Brooklyn to the West Side of Manhattan or the Financial District by bus, I think you’re still screwed!

  • lcd

    I think the Jay St/Metro tech bus will make stops all the way up Lex. to 57th st. If anyone tries this, please report back!

  • lcd

    Correction: bus goes across Manhattan bridge, up 3rd, down Lex.

  • x

    The bus goes to Midtown, not lower east side (as mentioned in the 2nd post)