Coney Stillwell TermAfter tonight’s game at Dodd Stadium in Norwich, CT against the Tigers, the Cyclones will come home to face the Hudson Valley Renegades for a 3-game series. For the 1st time ever, we will not be playing a home & home series where we alternate games between MCU Park and Dutchess Stadium.

With that being said, here are this weekends service changes for those who use Mass Transit to get to Brooklyn Cyclones Games. For all changes NORTH of Atlantic Ave on the D N & Q and NORTH of Jay Street on the F, check MTA.info.


SEASON LONG CHANGES

F Train

TO GAME: Coney Island-bound platforms at Avenue I, Bay Parkway, Avenue N, Avenue P, Avenue U & Avenue X are closed for renovations. If you need one of these bypassed stops, take a Manhattan Bound F Train to Kings Highway or Neptune Avenue for Coney Island-bound service.

Consider using the B68 Bus or the Q Train

N Train

FROM GAME: Manhattan-bound platforms at 86th Street, Avenue U, Kings Highway, 20th Avenue, 18th Avenue,  New Utrecht Avenue & Fort Hamilton Parkway are closed for renovation. To access these stations, take the N to Bay Parkway or 8th Ave for Coney Island-bound service. For New Utrecht Av-62 St, take the D instead.


Saturday, June 25th & Sunday, June 26th

D TrainTO GAME: Coney Island Bound D Trains run on the N line from 36 St to Stillwell Avenue.

If you live near a bypassed, you will need to backtrack to get on a Coney Island Bound D.

F TrainTO GAME: Coney Island-bound F trains skip Bergen Street, Carroll Street & Smith-9th Streets

If you use one of the skipped stops, you will need to backtrack to access the F. There is also no G service at these stations during this time.


READ HERE FOR SOME FREE MTA FUN-TIVITIES

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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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