MTA's Fastrack disrupts regular N, Q, R service overnight this week
There will be no regular N, Q and R service in Manhattan after 10 p.m. for four nights this week while the MTA makes repairs under its Fastrack program.
The service shutdown will occur between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. Monday night through Friday morning.
On the N line, there will be no service in Manhattan. The N line will run as normal in Queens and Brooklyn. R service ends early in Manhattan and Queens. The Q train will run on the 6th Avenue D line in Manhattan up to the F station at 57th Street. Regular Q train service starts in Brooklyn at DeKalb Avenue.
To get near N train stations in Manhattan, the MTA suggests riders take the Eighth Avenue A and E trains; the No. 1 and 2 trains on Seventh Avenue; the D, F and Q trains on 6th Avenue; and the Lexington Avenue 4 and 6 trains. N train riders can get between Manhattan and Queens by taking the 7 train to Queensboro Plaza.
In Brooklyn, the N train will make local R stops between Jay Street-MetroTech and 36th Street, where a shuttle train will take passengers to and from 95th Street.