COVID-19: Reduced transport services

Last updated: Thu April 2, 6am

New York State are advising to use public transport only when absolutely essential.

We're keeping our app up to date, in order to help those who must travel.

We are closely monitoring the situation and updating the app on a daily basis, including this post, as we receive new info.

Buses have reduced frequency

Click here for new subway map with all of the service changes.


No service at 110th St Central Park North Station.


No service at 110th St Central Park North Station.


No express service in the Bronx.


No service between Nereid Av and E 180 St in the Bronx.
No service between Bowling Green and Brooklyn College-Flatbush Av.
No express service in the Bronx.


No express service in the Bronx.


No service.


No Service between Broad Channel and Rockaway Park only.


No service.


 No service between Jamaica-179 St and Union Turnpike only.


No service.


Making all local stops in the Bronx and will run express in Manhattan and Brooklyn.


Making all local stops in Manhattan and Brooklyn and running express in Queens.


Making all local stops.


No service.


Making all local stops in Manhattan.


No service.


Making all local stops.

MNR
Reduced frequency

LIRR
Reduced frequency

Path
Reduced frequency

NJ Rail
Reduced frequency All lines will be operating on President’s Day schedule.

NJ Light Rail
Newark Line:
Reduced frequency Operating on Saturday Schedule

Hudson-Bergen Line:
Normal service

NY MTA
Reduced frequency

NJ Transit
Reduced frequency

NY Waterway Bus
No service

NICE Bus
Normal service

National Rail Warning

NYC Ferries
Weekdays: Reduced frequency
Weekends: Normal service

Staten Island Ferry
Reduced frequency


NY Waterway Ferries

Paulus Hook to Brookfield Place:
Weekdays: Normal service
Weekends: No service

Haverstraw to Newburgh:
Weekdays: Normal service
Weekends: Normal service

All other ferry lines:
No service

 

For New Yorkers still needing public transport during this time, we are here for you. 🗽