Weekend travel advisory

If you plan on staying local this weekend, be on the lookout for some construction projects on the roads and rails.

If you plan on staying local this weekend, be on the lookout for some construction projects on the roads and rails. (2/7/14)

BROOKLYN - If you plan on staying local this weekend, be on the lookout for some construction projects on the roads and rails.

The Brooklyn Bridge will be closed during the overnight hours and will reopen at 7 a.m. Saturday for Manhattan-bound traffic. Expect delays on area roadways during this time, and plan on using the Manhattan or Williamsburg Bridge instead.

On mass transit, there will be track work taking place all over Brooklyn. There were will be no A trains between Jay Street Metrotech and Utica Avenue stations. There will be no C trains between West Fourth Street and Euclid Avenue stations.

Also, the Coney Island-bound F train and Church Avenue-bound G trains will skip several stops this weekend.

Alternate side of the street parking rules will be suspended this weekend citywide.

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