[UPDATED 2X] N- and Q-train service across the Manhattan Bridge has been restored Sunday evening, as well as A- and C-train service through the Cranberry Street Tunnel. Rush-hour ferry service between Sunset Park and Manhattan has been added.
The post-Hurricane Sandy transportation network will be in much better shape for your Monday morning commute than it was last week.
- The newest subway recovery map is available by clicking here.
- As of Sunday at noon, the MTA has restored Brooklyn-to-Manhattan train service on the following lines: 2, 3, 4, 5 (rush hour), D, F, J, N, M, and Q.
- R-trains will most likely stop at Jay Street/MetroTech, as it has for the last few days. For Manhattan train service, you can transfer at Atlantic Avenue/Barclays Center for the 2, 3, 4, 5, D, or N, at DeKalb Avenue for the Q-train, or at 9th Street for the F-train.
- The “bus bridges” that were set up at Barclays Center and Jay Street last week have been discontinued.
- Authorities are expecting crowded conditions, due to a number of factors: more people returning to work as power has been restored to most areas in the business districts, more people returning to work now that schools are open, a reduced frequency of trains, and more people seeking mass transit options due to the gasoline shortage.