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Overnight repairs disrupt F train service in lower Manhattan

The MTA Fast Track program shuts down certain

The MTA Fast Track program shuts down certain subway lines completely, giving workers uninterrupted access for repairs. Photo Credit: Getty Images

Overnight service on the F line between lower Manhattan and Brooklyn will be suspended this week because of MTA Fast Track repairs

From 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. each night, starting Monday evening to Friday morning, there will be no F service between Broadway-Lafayette Street and York Street in Brooklyn. F trains will be rerouted over the A line between West 4th Street and Jay Street-MetroTech stations.

As an alternative, there will be buses running between Broadway-Lafayette Street and East Broadway, making stops at Second Avenue and Delancey Street, as well as a shuttle in Brooklyn between York Street and Jay Street-MetroTech. Riders on the Lower East Side can get to the F train at West 4th Street by taking the shuttle and catching the D train at Broadway-Lafayette Street. The F train at Fulton Street can be accessed by taking the local No. 4 train at Bleecker Street and the J train at Delancey-Essex streets.

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