Northbound B & Q Train Service Has Resumed at the Parkside, Beverley & Cortelyou Stations.
MTA NYC Transit has announced that beginning Monday, October 28, 2013 at 5:00 a.m., normal northbound service along the Brighton line will resume. Station component work at the Parkside Avenue, Beverley Road and Cortelyou Road Q stations that has been ongoing since July 2013 has now been completed and northbound trains will no longer bypass these three stations. The station rehabilitation work was completed two weeks earlier than the originally planned. The southbound bypass of these three stations is scheduled for early 2014, most likely mid-February to mid-June 2014. For continued updates regarding station rehabilitation, visit our Projects page or the MTA’s website at www.mta.info.
November 12 -14 (Tues-Thurs,) 9:45 AM to 3 PM
Manhattan-bound Q-trains run EXPRESS from Kings Hwy to Prospect Park. Brighton Beach-bound B trains will run local during these hours. For more information, visit www.mta.info
November 15 – 18 (Weekend,) 11:45 PM on Friday to 5 AM on Monday
There will be no Q train service between 57 St-7 Avenue and Church Avenue. Q-train service operates between Stillwell Avenue and Church Avenue. Free shuttle buses provide service between Church Avenue and Atlantic Av-Barclays Ctr, stopping at Parkside Av, Prospect Park, and 7 Av.
• To Manhattan, take D/F/N trains from the Stillwell Avenue station.
• To Coney Island, take the D/F/N trains at 34 St-Herald Square station or take the D/N train at Atlantic Av-Barclays Center Station.
• For service betweeen Atlantic Av-Barclays Ctr and 57 St-7 Av stations, take the N or R trains.
For the latest MTA information regarding the Cortelyou, Beverley & Parkside station rehabilitation project, plus information about other general MTA service advisories, please follow the link.
June 25th – 28th, 10 AM to 3 PM (Tue-Fri)
No Q-trains btw 57 St and Ditmars Blvd. Riders can take the N-train.
June 25th – 28th, 12:01 AM to 5 AM (NIGHTS/Tue-Fri)
Manhattan-bound Q-trains run on the R-line from DeKalb Av to Canal St.
June 26th – 28th, 9:45 AM to 3 PM (Wed-Fri)
Manhattan-bound Q-trains skip Neck Rd and Avenue U.
Coney Island-bound Q-trains run EXPRESS from Prospect Park to Kings Hwy.
Apply for or refill your Regular or Reduced-Fair MetroCard at the MetroCard Van.
WHEN: Thursday, May 30th, 9 AM – 11 AM
WHERE: Assemblymember Jim Brennan’s Office, 1414 Cortelyou Road, Brooklyn
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For more information please visit the MTA’s website at www.mta.info
There will be no Q train service between Prospect Park and 57th Street during the weekends of Jan. 7-9, Jan. 14-16, Jan. 21-23, Jan. 28-30, Feb. 11-13, Feb. 18-20 and Feb. 25-27. Shuttle buses will replace all Q subway service between Prospect Park and Atlantic/Pacific Street. For travel between Atlantic/Pacific and 57th Street, riders are instructed to take the N train which operates on the same line. According to the MTA, the weekend diversions are for track work and replacement.
Southbound Q trains operate express between Kings Highway and Brighton Beach during the weekend of March 17-19.
Check www.mta.info for further updates.
Shuttle buses will replace all B & Q subway service between Pacific Street and Prospect Park from 10:00 pm Friday, November 25 until 5:00 am on Monday, November 28th. This is due to ongoing construction work for the Atlantic Yards Arena. Check www.mta.info for further updates.
Granite Construction has informed us that Avenue L between East 15th Street and East 17th Street will be closed to vehicular traffic from Monday, March 7th to Sunday, March 20th due to crane operations to lift and install precast units onto rail cars at Avenue L.
Granite Construction has informed us that Avenue J between East 15th Street and East 16th Street will be closed to vehicular traffic due to crane operation at Avenue J on:
- Saturday, October 23rd between 5 AM to 9 PM
- Saturday, October 30th between 5 AM to 9 PM
- November 1st to November 5th between 9 PM to 5 AM
No trains between Prospect Park and Stillwell Av Weekend, 9:30 PM Fri to 5 AM Mon, Sep 24 – 27
D, F and N trains and free shuttle buses provide alternate service
• Two shuttle bus routes provide express and local service:
Express buses run between Stillwell Av and Prospect Park stopping at West 8 St, Ocean Pkwy, Brighton Beach, Sheepshead Bay, Neck Rd, Avenue U, Kings Hwy, Flatbush Av 2 train and Prospect Park Q train. Transfer between shuttle buses and trains at Prospect Park, Flatbush Av 2 train and Stillwell Av D, F, and N Stations.
Local buses run between between Prospect Park and Kings Hwy Q Stations.
Transfer between shuttle buses and Q and S trains at Prospect Park.
• To connect between stations in the express and local shuttle bus areas, transfer between shuttle buses at Kings Hwy.
Note to Manhattan-bound customers between Kings Hwy and Stillwell Av:
For faster service to Manhattan, take the express or local shuttle bus to Stillwell Av and transfer to the D, F or N trains.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has proposed the ELIMINATION of the Cortelyou Road B23 bus route and of student metro cards.
YOU can help us fight it!
For more information, call our office at 718-859-6357 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority will be holding public hearings on proposed changes in fares and crossing charges, levels of service, such as the elimination of the B23 bus and student metro cards, and partial or complete closings of subway stations or of means of public access to stations.
Proposed changes are summarized below and pertain, as applicable, to MTA New York City Transit (NYCT), the Manhattan and Bronx Surface Transit Operating Authority (MaBSTOA), MTA Staten Island Railway (SIR), MTA Long Island Rail Road (LIRR), MTA Metro-North Railroad (MNR), MTA Bridges and Tunnels (B&T), MTA Long Island Bus (LI Bus) and MTA Bus.
For more complete descriptions of these potential changes, please consult information posted at MTA stations and on the MTA website, www.mta.info or call 212-878-7483. Please note: other service adjustments and cost-reduction steps are under consideration that may also affect operation of subway, bus and rail lines, bridges and tunnels, staffing of stations and general provision of service. Although these possible changes do not require public hearing, they are described in informational material available on the MTA website.
200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn
- 2 3 trains to Eastern Parkway-Brooklyn Museum
- 4 5 trains to Franklin Avenue
- Shuttle S to Botanic Garden
- Bus: B41, 45, 48, 69, 71
Registration to speak will be open until 9 p.m. on the dates of the hearings. Oral testimony is limited to 3 minutes per speaker.
To register to speak in advance of the hearings, for more information, or to comment in writing contact Douglas Sussman, Director, MTA Community Affairs, 347 Madison Ave, NY, NY 10017, (212) 878-7483.
Additional information can be found at www.mta.info. Comments may also be made on the MTA website.
In accordance with applicable legal requirements notices are being posted at appropriate locations throughout the MTA system with respect to the proposals under consideration. All public hearing locations are accessible to the mobility impaired. Interpreter services will be available for the hearing impaired.
Starting Monday, September 28th, there will be major changes to Q and B train service at the Avenue H and Avenue M train stations.
B and Q Coney Island-bound side of Avenue H and Avenue M stations are closed for rehabilitation
All times, beginning at 5 AM Mon, Sep 28, until Fall 2010
• B and Q trains operate local between Prospect Park and Kings Highway.
Customers who need to exit at Avenue H and Avenue M should take the train to Kings Highway and transfer to a Manhattan-bound train.
• Coney Island-bound riders entering at Avenue H and Avenue M should take Manhattan-bound B and Q trains to Newkirk Avenue for Coney Island-bound trains.
• Brighton Beach-bound and Coney Island-bound Q trains continue to bypass Avenue U and Neck Rd.
And as a reminder, Brighton Beach-bound and Manhattan-bound B trains will be running on the local tracks until Fall 2011.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has informed CB14 that, effective September 14th, there is no express “B” train service south of the Prospect Park station.
This will enable the MTA to commence track work and rehabilitate older station houses. The work on the stations will include platform repair, paint jobs and electrical work. Both the “Q” and “B” trains will make all local stops.
Effective September 28th, southbound Q and B trains will skip the Avenue H and M stations for approximately one (1) year. After that work is completed, the northbound tracks of the Avenues H and M stations will be closed for one year. For service at those stations, transfer at Kings Highway to the northbound side to take the Q or B trains to Avenue H or Avenue M stop. (more…)
Granite Construction Northeast, Inc., the contractor for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) that is upgrading Newkirk Plaza, just informed CB14 of weekend traffic restrictions on Newkirk Avenue:
- 12:01 AM Saturday, February 21 to 5:00 AM Monday, February 23rd — Traffic will be permitted on Newkirk Avenue between Marlborough Road and East 16th Street during the above-indicated times; however, vehicular traffic may be restricted at times due to construction.
- 12:01 AM Saturday, February 28 to 5:00 AM Monday, March 2nd – Newkirk Avenue between Marlborough Road and East 16th Street will be closed to traffic during the above-indicated times.
This closing has been approved by the New York City Department of Transportation.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has informed CB14 today that the following service diversions will be affecting the Newkirk Avenue B/Q station over the next two weekends:
12:01 a.m. Saturday, February 21 until 5:00 a.m. Monday, February 23: Southbound Q trains operate express from Prospect Park to Kings Highway but will bypass Newkirk Avenue. Northbound service normal.
12:01 a.m. Saturday, February 28 until 5:00 a.m. Monday, March 2: Northbound Q trains operate express from Kings Highway to Prospect Park but bypass Newkirk Avenue. Southbound service normal.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office by phone at 718-859-6357 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Testimony to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority Regarding the Proposed Elimination of the B23 Bus Route on Cortelyou Road
Brooklyn Community Board 14 firmly opposes the elimination of the B23 bus route. Within the boundaries of Community District 14, the B23 runs on Cortelyou Road between Flatbush Avenue and Coney Island Avenue. We believe that elimination of this service would be detrimental to the economic progress of our community and would cause a great burden to parents and children commuting to work and school, as well as to those who use it to get to a variety of cultural institutions and other services.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has proposed the ELIMINATION of the Cortelyou Road B23 bus route by April 2009.
YOU can help us fight it!
- Sign our online petition to save the B23 bus route
- Attend the MTA’s Public Hearing on this service cut on Wednesday, January 28th, 6 PM, at the Brooklyn Marriott
- Hand out our flyer to your neighbors
For more information, call our office at 718-859-6357 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority will be holding public hearings on proposed changes in fares and crossing charges, levels of service, such as the elimination of the B23 bus, and partial or complete closings of subway stations or of means of public access to stations.