Yankees TravelThe Cyclones have a game in Staten Island tomorrow, so here are your travel advisories for those making the trip.

Driving

If you plan on driving to the ballpark & have space for other fans, or if you need please post it in the Facebook Group REAL BROOKLYN CYCLONES FAN. The accepted going rate is $5 to help cover tolls.

A reminder that parking there have been issues with parking due to the construction of the NY Wheel. You should consider a Staten Island Railway Park & Ride, available at the Prince’s Bay, Huguenot, Annadale, and Dongan Hills stations.


1 TrainDue to the effects of Hurricane Sandy, all 1 Trains terminate the Old South Ferry Station.

Make sure you are in the 1st 5 cars to exit the train.


5 Train 5 Trains do not operate in Brooklyn over the weekends.

If you are coming from anywhere along the Nostrand Ave corridor, take a the 2 to the 4 Train at Franklin Ave or Nevins St to get to Bowling Green.


Q TrainManhattan Bound Q trains run Express from Kings Highway to Prospect Park, skipping Aves M, J & H; Cortelyou & Beverley Rds; & Parkside Av. You will have to take a Coney Island Bound train to an express stop to backtrack.


N QDue to track maintenance, all Manhattan bound N & Q trains will be rerouted via the Montague Tunnels, making all R train stops between DeKalb Ave & Canal St, including Whitehall St. – South Ferry. If you are coming from Brooklyn via the N Q or R, your ride will be easier.


R TrainBrooklyn Bound R trains will be running on the express tracks in Queens & Brooklyn. If you need to use one of the skipped stops, you will need to backtrack, so plan accordingly.


SI Ferry

The Ferry is operating on a weekend schedule, departing Whitehall Terminal every 30 minutes.

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About Daniel S. Weiss

I have been an avid Cyclones fan since 2001. In December of 2013 I decided to launch my own blog "Brooklyn Baseball Banter" to cover the Brooklyn Cyclones.

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