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Subway Service Alerts: Brooklyn Heights and Nearby

This weekend — late evening Friday, May 20 to early morning Monday, May 23 — just like last weekend there will be no Brooklyn bound service at High Street, as Brooklyn bound A and C trains are being diverted to the F line from 34th Street-Herald Square to Jay Street-MetroTech. There will be no late […]

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Subway Service Alerts: Brooklyn Heights and Nearby

This weekend — late evening Friday, May 13 to early morning Monday, May 16 — there will be no Brooklyn bound service at High Street, as Brooklyn bound A and C trains are being diverted to the F line from 34th Street-Herald Square to Jay Street-MetroTech. All other trains serving local stations should be running […]

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PSA: How to Protect Your Vehicle from Catalytic Converter Theft

Readers on our open thread from a few weeks back reported catalytic converter thefts on Cranberry off Hicks and Joralemon off Hicks. Nextdoor is flush with posts about thefts in surrounding neighborhoods. The 84th Precinct tweeted that there’s a rise in thefts in the Downtown area and here’s how they suggest you protect your vehicles: Meanwhile, the crime […]

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Subway Service Alerts: Brooklyn Heights and Nearby

This coming weekend — late Friday evening, May 6 to early Monday morning, May 9 — there will be no late night R service, but N trains should be running normally. To get to or from Bay Ridge take an N train to or from 59th Street and a free shuttle bus to or from […]

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Details On The Great Clark Street Station Elevator Replacement Project

BHB’s very own Beth “songbirdnyc” Heller was there last night when the Clark Street Station re-opened, and wrote it up for the Brooklyn Eagle this morning (with far better pictures!): After such a ringing endorsement of their handiwork, this correspondent took a trip to the platform and back. The ride was indeed smooth and steady, […]

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Clark Street Station is OPEN!

The long wait is over…. The Clark Street subway station has finally reopened with brand new elevators! The station had its “soft launch” last night, and its “Grand Re-Opening” this morning (well, “Grand Re-Opening” for those of us who were asleep when it officially re-opened). The businesses located in the station must be relieved, having […]

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Clark Street Station STILL CLOSED

Well, it’s no longer April, and as of May 1st at 8:35am — despite the rumors of a late Saturday night opening —  the Clark Street station is still closed.   I guess always bet against an American infrastructure project being on time and/or on budget — especially in NYC?     We will try […]

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Subway Service Alerts: Brooklyn Heights and Nearby

No, Clark Street Station isn’t open yet. The MTA site says “through April 2022″ — that gives them two more days. Apart from there being no late night R service, although N trains should be running normally there are no planned cancellations or route changes directly affecting service at local stations this weekend. Those planning […]

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Subway Service Alerts: Brooklyn Heights and Nearby. Will Clark Street Open on Monday?

Update: Clark Street did not open Monday. A worker told reader C Walsh it would open “later this week.” The Clark Street station, serving the 2 and 3 lines, which also stop at Borough Hall, has been closed since November 2, during which time the MTA has been replacing the three ancient elevators that have […]

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Subway Service Alerts: Brooklyn Heights and Nearby

Apart from the continued closure of the Clark Street 2/3 station, which we are told may be ending soon, and there being no late night R service, although N trains should be running normally there are no planned cancellations or route changes directly affecting service at local stations this Easter/Passover weekend. The following work week […]

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