Subway service disruptions affect 15 lines this weekend

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G trains are among the lines affected by this weekend’s subway service disruptions.
Credit: Metro photo archive

It’s almost the weekend — which means it’s nearly time for major subway service changes.

Out of the systems’ 24 lines, 15 will have service disruptions because of maintenance, repair work and station renovations.

Here’s how each line will be affected:

2 Train: No trains are running between 96th and 241st Streets. For timing and alternatives, click here.

3 Train: No trains running. For timing and alternatives, click here.

4 Train: Train service is extended to New Lots Avenue. Woodlawn-bound trains will skip 51st, 68th, 77th, 96th, 103rd, 110th and 116th Streets. For timing and alternatives, click here.

5 Train: Bowling-Green bound trains will run local from 125th Street to Brooklyn Bridge in Manhattan. Bronx-bound trains will run local from Brooklyn Bridge to Grand Central-42 Street in Manhattan. In the Bronx, trains run every 20 minutes between East 180th Street and Dyre Avenue. For timing and alternatives, click here.

6 Train: Castle Hill Avenue and Middletown Road stations are closed for renovations. Pelham Bay Park-bound trains will skip 51st, 68th, 77th, 96th, 103rd, 110th and 116th Streets. For timing and alternatives, click here.

7 Train: No trains between Queensboro Plaza and Times Square-42nd Street. For timing and alternatives, click here.

A Train: Trains will make local stops at Spring, 23rd and 50th Streets in both directions. For timing and alternatives, click here.

E Train: Jamaica Center-bound trains will make local stops at 36th Street, Steinway Street, 46 Street, Northern Boulevard and 65th Street. World Trade Center-bound trains will make local stops at 67th Avenue, 63rd Drive, Woodhaven Boulevard, Grand Avenue and Elmhurst Avenue. For timing and alternatives, click here.

Shuttle: The 42nd Street shuttle will operate overnight. No trains will be running for the Rockaway Park shuttle. For timing and alternatives, click here.

F Train: Coney Island-bound trains will make local stops at 67th Avenue, 63rd Drive, Woodhaven Boulevard, Grand Avenue and Elmhurst Avenue. Jamaica-bound trains will make local stops at 36th Street, Steinway Street, 46 Street, Northern Boulevard and 65th Street and will run express from Church Avenue to Jay Street-MetroTech. For timing and alternatives, click here.

M Train: Trains will run approximately every 20 minutes. For timing and alternatives, click here.

Q Train: Coney Island-bound platforms at Parkside Avenie, Beverley Road and Cortelyou Road are closed for renovations. Coney Island-bound trains will skip Avenues H, J, M U and Neck Road. Q train service is extended to Ditmars Blvd. For timing and alternatives, click here.

R Train: As part of ongoing Superstorm Sandy recovery work, no R trains will run between lower Manhattan and downtown Brooklyn. For timing and alternatives, click here.

J Train: Jamaica Center-bound trains will run express from Marcy Avenue to Broadway Junction. For timing and alternatives, click here.

G Train: No trains will run between Hoyt-Schermerhorn Streets and Church Avenue. Trains will run every 20 minutes between Bedford-Nostrand Avenues and Hoyt-Schermerhorn Streets. For timing and alternatives, click here.

For more subway service information, visit mta.info. To check out service disruptions every weekend, visit the Weekender.

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