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Sea Beach RENEWAL 9 Stations until Spring 2017

Originally opened in the 1910s, these stations will receive the following improvements:

  • Reconstructed platforms and overpasses
  • Installation of elevators at 8 Av and New Utrecht Av stations, providing our mobility impaired customers with better accessibility
  • New stairways, handrails, and lighting
  • Repairs to canopies and columns
  • New technological features including upgraded communication systems, Countdown Clocks, Help Point intercoms, and security cameras
  • Installation of artwork

As we continue to make progress with the installation of elevators at New Utrecht Av-62 St, the following changes to access are in effect:

  • The transfer passageway between the upper level D subway  platforms and the lower level Manhattan-bound N subway platform is temporarily closed.
  • For free out-of-system transfer with MetroCard, exit to street and use entrances at 60 St/14 Av for the D subway or 15 Av/63 St for the N subway .

Coney Island-bound service is restored at Kings Hwy, Avenue U, and 86 St

Coney Island-bound N subway trains will continue to skip Fort Hamilton Pkwy, New Utrecht Av, 18 Av, and 20 Av until Summer 2019 due to ongoing station rehabilitation

  • Manhattan-bound N subway makes all stops to 36 St.

Travel alternatives:
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For service to Coney Island, take a Manhattan-bound N subway to 8 Av, and transfer to a Coney Island-bound N subway.
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For service to skipped stations, take a Coney Island-bound N subway to Bay Pkwy and transfer to a Manhattan-bound N subway.
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D subway service to Stillwell Av is available at New Utrecht Av-62 St.
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N subway customers may also consider alternate service and stations on the F subway line for service to Coney Island.
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