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It’s back to work for Brooklyn — so here’s an update on the status of the rails more than one week after the city’s subway system ground to a halt due to Hurricane Sandy.

These lines are still hurting:

• B trains are not running.

• G trains are not running.

• L trains are running between Canarsie–Rockaway Parkway and Broadway Junction, but they will not reach Manhattan.

Here are the lines that will bring you into Manhattan, Queens, or the Bronx:

• 2 trains run between Flatbush Avenue–Brooklyn College and Wakefield–241st Street in the Bronx.

• 3 trains run between New Lots Avenue and Harlem–148th Street in Manhattan.

• 4 trains run between Crown Heights–Utica Avenue and Woodlawn Station in the Bronx.

• 5 trains Flatbush Avenue–Brooklyn College and Eastchester–Dyre Avenue in the Bronx.

• A trains from Lefferts Boulevard in Queens to 168th Street in Manhattan.

• C trains from Euclid Avenue to 168th Street in Manhattan.

• D trains from Bay Parkway to 205th Street in the Bronx.

• F trains from Avenue X to 179th Street in Queens.

• J trains from Jamaica Center in Queens to Delancey Street in Manhattan.

• M trains from Metropolitan Avenue in Queens to 179th Street in Queens.

• N trains run between 59th Street and Ditmars Boulevard in Queens

• Q trains run between Kings Highway and Ditmars Boulevard in Queens.

• R trains run between 95th Street and Jay Street–MetroTech, and in a second section between 34th Street–Herald Square and Forest Hills–71st Avenue in Queens.

• S shuttles run between Franklin Avenue and Prospect Park.

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has a handy map of post-Sandy subway service.

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