For those essential workers needing to use the subway this coming weekend or week, there’s good news. There will be service on all of the lines serving stations in Brooklyn Heights and nearby. The frequency of service will be cut back, with most trains running at intervals of eight to twelve minutes. C trains, which normally run on the same line as the A at High Street and at Jay Street-MetroTech, will not be running, but A trains will, and will make all local stops in Brooklyn and Manhattan. 3 trains will not be running to or from Brooklyn during the weekend and late at night during the following week, but 2 trains should be running normally, though less frequently. 4, 5. F, N, and R trains should be running normally but less frequently.
Of course, we must take into account the possibility of “incidents” or “police investigations” or “signal problems” causing greater than planned delays, so it’s always best to check MTA Service Advisory for current status on any line.