Brooklyn Subway Riders To Face Service Disruptions

NEW YORK (CBS 2) — Thousands of Brooklyn subway riders were facing a longer commute Monday.

The MTA was about to begin the latest phase of the “Culver Viaduct Rehabilitation Project.”

Beginning at 5 a.m., Manhattan-bound F service or Queens-bound G service at the 15th Street station and the Fort Hamilton Parkway station was scheduled to be suspended.

At the Smith-9th Street station, Manhattan-bound F service was to be canceled as well.

The disruptions will be in effect through May.

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  1. Native Noo Yawker says:

    where is the mta getting all this money from??????? i thought they were broke

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