Beginning Monday, the MTA will shutter a handful of train stations in Manhattan and Queens for station enhancements, renovations, and rehabilitation (h/t 6sqft).
Starting at 5 a.m. on Monday, the 3 train’s 145th Street station will close in both directions until November; the F and M train’s 23rd street station will shutter until December; and the 104th Street station on the J and Z line will close on the Jamaica Center-bound side until January 2019.
These closures join several other stations that have shuttered for repair work, including the N line’s Coney Island-bound platforms at Fort Hamilton Pkwy, New Utrecht Avenue, 18 Avenue, 20 Avenue, Kings Highway, Avenue U and 86 Street—which are all closed until the fall for station renovations. Additionally, the N and the W lines have closed their Broadway and 39 Avenue stations until fall 2019.
On the bright side, the MTA is scheduled to reopen the Avenue P, Avenue U, Avenue N, Bay Parkway, and Avenue I stations on the Manhattan-bound F line this month, so that’s something.