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Fix&Fortify Sandy Recovery Work

2 subway 3 subway
Weekend Work
Schedule and Accomplishments

The 98-year-old Clark St Tunnel, which carries
2 subway and 3 subway trains under the East River between Clark St in Brooklyn and Wall St in Lower Manhattan, was heavily damaged by storm surge flooding during Superstorm Sandy in 2012.

This project is part of a multi-year effort to fix MTA assets damaged during Sandy and includes repairs and rehabilitation of:

  • Track
  • Signals
  • Pump rooms
  • Fire protection systems
  • Power and communication cables

The project will incorporate resiliency measures to minimize flood risk and better respond to potential future storms.

At right is a schedule of weekend dates when this work will be performed.  In addition, the schedule includes summaries of completed work.  Click on any recent weekend to view the progress of the project.

Click here to review our accomplishments from 2017.

Wheelchair accessible
These service changes affect one or more ADA accessible stations. Please call 511 for help with planning your trip. If you are deaf or hard of hearing, use your preferred relay service provider or the free 711 relay.
Stay Informed

While not expected, dates are subject to change.
  • To learn more about these and other weekend changes, visit The Weekender and use TripPlanner+, view planned service change information, and to sign-up for free e-mail and text alerts.

  • Look for posters and brochures at affected stations.

  • Deaf/hard of hearing customers: use your preferred relay service provider or the free 711 service relay to reach 511. If you cannot be connected for any reason, you can ask the representative to connect you to 511 via the following phone number: 877-690-5116.
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