UPDATE: MTA cancels all weekend service changes ahead of snow storm

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UPDATE: Jan. 20, 1:03 pm

The MTA canceled all weekend service changes ahead of a winter storm expected to dump five inches of snow on the city on Saturday.

The N and R Trains will no longer skip Jay Street-Metrotech and Court Street, and the J train will stop at all stops. Q train riders will have a brief respite from the line’s recent weekend boycott of much of its Brooklyn route.

The update does not include longterm construction on the F and G lines, so don’t expect trains to stop at Smith–Ninth Streets, Church Avenue or 15th Street–Prospect Park.

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Information courtesy of New York City Transit — and is accurate at press time. Community Newspaper Group is not responsible for last-minute changes made by the agency.

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L from St.Albans says:
That Bloomberg has really put the "Sissy" in NY ! Whats next 1/2 inch of rain and the city shuts down !
Jan. 23, 2012, 1:24 am

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