Oct. 31, 2012 Staff Report
Most subway lines will be up and running on Thursday but one line will be notably absent: the No. 7 train.
Days after a system-wide subway shutdown that began on Sunday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and MTA Chairman Joe Lhota said the MTA would resume service 6 a.m. Thursday on 14 of its 23 subway lines.
Cuomo said the A, C, L, R and No. 7 train’s tunnels were still flooded Wednesday, but that three of seven of its tunnels under the East River had been cleared of water.
Subways expected to resume Thursday include:- The Nos. 1 and 2 trains will run from the Bronx to Times Square.
– No. 4 trains will run from Woodlawn to Grand Central and from Borough Hall and New Lots Ave.
– No. 5 trains will run express in Brooklyn between Atlantic Avenue and Flatbush Avenue.
– No. 6 trains will run between Pelham Bay Park and Grand Central.
– The 42nd Street Shuttle will run. The Brooklyn shuttles will not run.
– A trains will run between 168th Street and Penn Station and between Jay Street/MetroTech and Lefferts Blvd.
– D trains will run between 205th Street and Herald Square and Between Atlantic Avenue and Bay Parkway.
– F trains will run between 179th Street and Herald Square and between Jay Street/MetroTech and Avenue X.
– J trains will run between Jamaica and Hewes Street.
– L trains run between Broadway Junction and Rockaway Parkway.
– M trains will run between Myrtle Avenue and Metropolitan Avenue.
– N trains will run between Ditmars Blvd and Herald Square.
– R trains will run between Jay Street/MetroTech and 95th Street.
– The B, C, E, G, Q, No. 3 and No. 7 lines will be suspended.
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