Subway Service Alerts: Brooklyn Heights and Nearby

The angst at High Street continues doubly this weekend, as both Brooklyn and Manhattan bound A and C trains will be diverted to the F line between Jay Street-MetroTech in Brooklyn and West 4th Street-Washington Square in Manhattan from late Friday evening, July 14 to early Monday morning, July 17. Of course this means much more service in both directions at York Street in DUMBO. The only other change negatively affecting local service this weekend is that from Saturday morning to evening and Sunday morning to evening 2 trains will be running on a reduced schedule — every 12 minutes.

The following week — Monday, July 17 to Friday, July 21, late nights Monday to Tuesday through Thursday to Friday there will be no Manhattan bound service at High Street, as A and C trains will be diverted to the F line between Jay Street-MetroTech and West 4th Street-Wasington Square. Late Monday night to Tuesday morning and late Tuesday night to Wednesday morning there will be no service in either direction at Clark Street as 2 train service will be suspended between Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center in Brooklyn and Chambers Street in Manhattan, and 3 trains don’t serve Brooklyn late at night. Use 4, N, or R trains as options or, for service from Manhattan only, A trains.

I have it from a good source, my wife, that the entrances to the Court Street N/R station on Montague Street between Clinton and Henry are closed because of repair work to the newly installed elevators there. Shades of Clark Street! No word on how long this may take. The station is still accessible through the entrance to the Borough Hall station at Court and Montague.

Always check MTA Info for last minute changes in planned service or 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. You can also get real time service alerts: register here.

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