Everything You Need to Know About This Weekend’s Subway Apocalypse


  • Richard Moon / Brooklyn Paper

So, granted, “apocalypse” may be a strong word. Come Monday morning, fire will (presumably) not have rained down upon our heads, society as we know it will still be intact, etc. etc. Still, between this rain (which isn’t going to stop all day and all night, by the way) and the MTA’s announcement that almost every single subway line will be experiencing maintenance-related disruptions this weekend, well, it’s reason enough to spend the next 72 hours locked in our apartments, sulking and abusing Seamless.

If you do, however, choose to “leave the house” and “engage in society,” there are some changes you’ll need to know about on key Brooklyn trains. Miraculously, none of them seem to be on the L.