But, as for the other weekends, you’re not getting anywhere fast. In Brooklyn, well hell, you’re already used to crap service after the 7 train being out for so long. Hell, you’re probably getting ready to cut all ties with Manhattan.
So, between Jay Street/Borough Hall and Utica Ave, there’s a shuttle bus for A train riders. Yay.
The C train…well there’s just no C train at all. Good luck. And the A train in Manhattan is going to run local.
The current concrete roadbed has been in place since 1936. After the work is done, customers will have a smoother, more reliable and comfortable ride over the affected track segment. We apologize for the inconvenience while this work is performed.
Well, 5 weekends of nothing to do = a smooth ride in the future. Sounds fair?