This weekend — late Friday night, September 8 to early Monday morning, September 11 — there will be no service in either direction at High Street, as all A and C trains will be re-routed to the F line between Jay Street-MetroTech and West 4th Street-Washington Square. This means extra service at York Street in DUMBO. Late nights Friday to Saturday, Saturday to Sunday, and Sunday to Monday, there will be no R train service in either direction at Court Street or at the N/R platforms at Jay Street-MetroTech. Nevertheless, there will be service in both directions at both locations all weekend, as N and Q trains will continue their do-si-do, with Manhattan bound Q trains running on the N/R line and N trains providing Brooklyn bound service all day and night, while Manhattan bound N trains are re-routed to the Q line. On Saturday and Sunday, early morning to late night, 2 trains will be on a reduced schedule — every twelve minutes.
The following work week — early morning Monday, September 11 to late night Friday, September 15 — late nights Monday to Tuesday and Tuesday to Wednesday there will be no service in either direction at Clark Street or at the 2/3 platforms at Borough Hall, as 2 train service in both directions will be suspended between Chambers Street in Manhattan and Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center, and 3 trains do not serve Brooklyn late at night. On late nights Monday to Tuesday, Tuesday to Wednesday, and Wednesday to Thursday there will be no R train service in either direction at Court Street and at the N/R platforms at Jay Street-MetroTech and no Manhattan bound service at either station, as Manhattan bound N trains will be re-routed to the Q line between DeKalb Avenue and Canal Street. Brooklyn bound N trains should be running normally. Late night Thursday to Friday at these stations there will still be no R service and there will be no Brooklyn bound service, but Manhattan bound N trains should be running normally.
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