This weekend – late Friday evening, February 11 to early Monday morning, February 14 – once again there will be no Manhattan bound service at High Street, as Manhattan bound A and C trains will be diverted to the F line between Jay Street-MetroTech and West 4th Street. There will also be no Manhattan bound service from Court Street or from the N/R platforms at Jay Street-MetroTech, as Manhattan bound N and R trains will be diverted to the Q line between DeKalb Avenue and Canal Street. From late night Friday to early morning Sunday and from late night Sunday to early morning Monday there will be no Brooklyn bound R service, but N trains should be running normally. For those traveling to the Bergen Street, Grand Army Plaza, and Eastern Parkway-Brooklyn Museum stops there are numerous service changes involving the 2, 3, and 4 trains. To reach these stations you may need to go to the Franklin Avenue-Medgar Evers College station and take a Manhattan bound train back to the skipped station. Saturday and Sunday morning to evening 2 trains will be running on a reduced schedule, approximately every twelve minutes. Keep in mind that Clark Street station remains closed until elevator repairs are complete.
The following week, each night late Tuesday to early morning Wednesday, February 15-16, Wednesday to Thursday, February 16-17, and Thursday to Friday, February 17-18, there will be no service in either direction at High Street. A trins will be running on the F line in both directions, and C trains will not be running at night. Each late night Monday, February 14 to Tuesday, February 15 through Thursday, February 17 to Friday, February 18, Manhattan bound Q trains will replace N trains at Court Street and at the N/R platforms at Jay Street-Metro Tech.
These are the planned service changes directly affecting service at local stations. Always check MTA Info for unplanned service changes that may affect local service or service on other parts of your trip, or for planned service changes that affect stations to or from which you may be traveling. Keep in mind that COVID-19 has affected many MTA crew members, and winter weather has been a factor as well, so that unplanned changes may be frequent.