Update, April 23: FASTRACK on the A,C subway lines will again disrupt service between 59th Street-Columbus Circle and Jay Street-MetroTech for four days starting tonight.
The MTA’s FASTRACK program, which entirely shuts down parts of subway lines in order to expedite maintenance and fixes, will affect the A, C and E lines starting on Monday, March 12.
From Monday to Friday, 10 p.m. until 5 a.m., service on the A, C and E will be suspended between 59th Street-Columbus Circle in Manhattan and Jay Street-MetroTech in Brooklyn in both directions.
According to the MTA:
- A trains will run via the F and D lines between 59th Street-Columbus Circle and Jay Street-MetroTech:
- On the D line between 59th Street-Columbus Circle and 47th-50th Streets.
- On the F line between 47th-50th Streets and Jay Street-MetroTech.
- E trains are rerouted to the F in Manhattan:
- E trains run on the F Line between 5th Avenue-53rd Street and 2nd Avenue.
- The 2nd Avenue F station is the last stop in Manhattan for E trains to and from Queens.
- There is no train service between World Trade Center and West 4th Street.
- C and M service to Manhattan runs until 9:30 p.m. Brooklyn and Queens-bound service runs until 10 p.m.
Subway riders should use 6th Avenue D and F stations to connect with rerouted A and E trains. Take the 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, N and R trains for service to and from lower Manhattan. Take the 1 or 2 for service to and from: 34th Street-Penn Station, Times Square-42nd Street and 42nd Street-Port Authority Bus Terminal.
The next FASTrack overnight closure will be on the Seventh Avenue 1, 2, 3 lines from 34th Street-Penn Station to Atlantic Avenue for four consecutive nights beginning Monday, April 9.