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There will be MTA service changes on Monday, Feb. 17 for Presidents' Day.

On Monday, Feb. 17, the Presidents’ Day holiday, there will be the following MTA service changes, according to the transit agency.

Subways and buses

The city’s subways and buses will operate on a Saturday schedule with some service changes:

  • 4 trains are not running. Customer can use 5 service in Brooklyn and Manhattan and D service and shuttle buses in the Bronx.
  • The 5 train is extended to Utica Ave./New Lots Ave. replacing 4 service.
  • 7 weekend work is extended through Monday; 7 trains operate only between Times Square and Mets-Willets Point.
  • Weekend work is extended through Monday; A trains operate in two sections – 207 St. to Jay St.-MetroTech and Utica Ave. to Lefferts Blvd./Far Rockaway.  Shuttle buses between Jay S.t-MetroTech and Utica Ave.
  • Other weekend track work diversions will extend through Monday. Details will be posted here.

Long Island Rail Road

The LIRR will operate on a holiday schedule with one extra westbound morning on the Ronkonkoma Branch. The train will depart from Ronkonkoma at 7:10 a.m. and make all local stops to Hicksville, then stop at Jamaica and Woodside before arriving at Penn Station at 8:28 a.m.

Off peak fares will be in effect all day. Regularly scheduled eastbound and westbound trains will have added cars to accommodate additional passengers.

Metro-North Railroad

The Metro-North Railroad will operate on a Saturday schedule. Hudson Rail Link, the Newburgh-Beacon Ferry and the Haverstraw-Ossining Ferry, will not operate. The north end exits to Grand Central at 46th-48th streets will be closed.

Staten Island Railway

Staten Island Railway will operate on a Sunday schedule. There will be no early Get Away schedule for the Friday before the holiday weekend.




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