Getting There by Subway
Many subway stations do not accommodate bikes. See below for the best way to take a train to the Start Area.
Riders bringing their bikes should
- Take the 1/2/3 trains; or J train to Chambers St
- Take the 4/5/6 trains to Brooklyn Bridge
- Take the 4/5 trains Bowling Green (n/b exit only)
- Take the 1 train to South Ferry
- Take the R train to Cortland St.
- Take the J train to Broad St.
- Take the E train to World Trade Center
STATIONS THAT DO NOT ACCOMMODATE BIKES
- 2/3/4/5/J trains – Fulton St.
- 2/3/4/5 trains – Wall St
- 1/R train – Rector St.
- R train – Whitehall St.
- 4/5 trains – Bowling Green (s/b exit)
There are a few SERVICE CHANGES that will impact service on Sunday, May 7. These are:
The A and C lines will run on the F track between W 4 St and Jay St-Metrotech in both directions. The E line will serve Spring St, Canal St, and World Trade Center. Additionally, the A, C, and E lines will run locally on 8th Ave., serving local platforms at 34 St-Penn Station. Please plan accordingly and allow extra time for your commute.
Please note that there will be no 5 train service between Bowling Green and E 180 St from 07:45 am to 10:00 am. Bronx-bound 5 train departures from Bowling Green will begin at 11:00 am. The 2 line will run approximately every 15 minutes from 07:30 am to 10:00 am.
In addition to the service changes affecting Lower Manhattan, there are other service changes for Sunday, May 7th, 2023:
- The N line will be unavailable between Astoria-Ditmars Blvd and Queensboro Plaza, and the G line will be unavailable between Hoyt-Schermerhorn and Church Av. Southbound DNR lines will skip Union St, 4 Av-9 St, Prospect Ave., and 25 St.
- Furthermore, there will be no F line service between Church Ave. and Coney Island-Stillwell Ave.
Please plan your subway travel accordingly, and visit https://new.mta.info/ for more information.