If you’re planning to take the subway this weekend, expect a monkey wrench to be thrown into your plans.
Getting around the Big Apple is going to be more challenging this weekend.
NJ Transit riders are not thrilled about the price of a ride, late trains and buses and service interruptions, and they give the sprawling statewide system mediocre marks in a new customer satisfaction survey.
The MTA was to begin the latest phase of the “Culver Viaduct Rehabilitation Project” on Monday.
MTA officials said crews were doing track and signal work part of an $11 billion upgrade plan.
The L train will not be running in either direction between the Myrtle-Wyckoff Station and Manhattan.
If your weekend plans involve the subway, factor in some extra time.
Delays, detours, and disruptions – a simple subway ride could turn into an underground experience this weekend, with service changes creating a perfect storm for millions of riders.
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