Nereid Avenue — 233rd Street — 225th Street — 219th Street — Gun Hill Road — Burke Avenue — Allerton Avenue — Pelham Parkway — Bronx Park East — East 180th Street — Third Avenue|149th Street — 149th Street|Grand Concourse — 138th Street|Grand Concourse — 125th Street — 86th Street — 59th Street — Grand Central|42nd Street — 14th Street|Union Square — Brooklyn Bridge|City Hall — Fulton Street — Wall Street — Bowling Green — Borough Hall — Nevins Street — Atlantic Avenue|Barclays Center — Franklin Avenue — Nostrand Avenue — Kingston Avenue — Crown Heights|Utica Avenue
Metropolitan Transportation Authority
In addition to the main service, special trains 5 served two sites: one in the Bronx (from "East 180th Street" to "Nereid Avenue"), the other in Brooklyn (from "Franklin Avenue" to "Crown Heights – Utica Avenue"). Special trains in the Bronx operate only during peak hours in the peak direction (in the morning — to Manhattan, in the evening — from Manhattan); in Brooklyn they only operate in the evening. Reliable work trains on these additional portions is structured in such a way that they can operate either only one special section, or two, thus serving both main service stations throughout its length. Trains run express in Bronx, Manhattan and Brooklyn, without stopping at local stations.