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Culver - 9 Station Renewal

$140M Station Renewal Project

The long-term service changes are part of a nine-station renewal project being conducted by MTA New York City Transit along the Culver F subway line. Ditmas Av was previously renewed under an earlier phase of the project. The remaining eight stations that will be renewed are: 18 Av, Avenue I, Bay Pkwy, Avenue N, Avenue P, Kings Hwy, Avenue U, and Avenue X.

Over 27,000 daily customers will benefit from:

  • Repaired staircases, fare control areas, walls, floors and platform girders.
  • New platform windscreens, rubbing boards, tactile warning strips and concrete slabs.
  • Improved lighting.
  • Installed artwork.

In order to perform this renewal work, access to the tracks is necessary. We will be completing this project in two phases; the Coney Island-bound platforms will be rehabilitated first and will be out of service for six months. Coney Island-bound service will still be available at 18 Av and Kings Hwy. The next phase, affecting Manhattan-bound service, begins in 2017.

This work is part of the MTA Capital Plan and is unrelated to the F subway express study. Any adjustments to F subway service in response to the study would occur at the conclusion of the next phase of work.

Coney Island-bound F subway trains will not stop at
Avenue I, Bay Pkwy, Avenue N, Avenue P,
Avenue U, and Avenue X until early 2017

Manhattan-bound F subway makes all stops to Church Av
Coney Island-bound F subway is available at 18 Av and Kings Hwy

Travel alternatives:
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For service to these stations from Manhattan, take the Coney Island-bound F subway to Kings Hwy or Neptune Av and transfer to a Manhattan-bound F subway.
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For Coney Island-bound service from these stations, take a Manhattan-bound F subway to Kings Hwy or 18 Av and transfer to a Coney Island-bound F subway.
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F subway customers may also consider alternate service and stations on the N subway and B subwayQ subway lines.
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Long-term service changes to Manhattan-bound N subway service in Brooklyn may affect your trip.


 
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