Overnight closures are coming to A, C and E trains in Manhattan and Brooklyn this week to accommodate MTA Fastrack repairs.
From Monday through Friday there will be no A, C or E trains running between 59th Street-Columbus Circle and Jay Street-MetroTech stations from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.
The MTA will reroute A trains onto the D and F lines. A trains will run via the D between 59th Street-Columbus Circle and 34 Street-Herald Square stations before switching to the F line from 34th Street-Herald Square to Jay Street-MetroTech.
E trains will be rerouted on M and F lines in Manhattan. Trains will run along the F between 34th Street-Herald Square and Second Avenue station and along the M between Fifth Avenue-53rd Street and 34th Street-Herald Square.
No E service will be provided from the World Trade Center and Seventh Avenue stations.
The MTA advises commuters to use the Sixth Avenue D and F stations to connect to rerouted A and E trains.
Fastrack closures allow the agency to perform maintenance, cleaning and repair work along lines. During the last Fastrack on the G train in June, the MTA removed 14,050 pounds of debris while completing a variety of communication and infrastructure repairs, according to the agency.