MANHATTAN — Subway service on the A, C and E lines will be suspended at night from Columbus Circle to Brooklyn starting Monday, the MTA said.
Stations along those lines will be closed in both directions from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. March 12-16 and service will be rerouted.
A trains will run along the D line between the Columbus Circle and Rockefeller Center stations, and then along the F line from there to the Jay Street-Metrotech station.
C and M train service in Manhattan will shut down at 930 p.m. in Manhattan and 10 p.m. in Brooklyn and Queens, the MTA said.
E trains will run along the F line between the 53rd Street-Fifth Avenue station and the Second Avenue station, which will be the last stop on the line. There will be no E train service between the West 4th Street and World Trade Center stations.
The MTA suggests riders use alternate subway routes to get into and out of Manhattan while the FASTRACK program is in effect.
The program is designed to allow MTA workers to perform repairs on tracks and other equipment without having to stop for passing trains. Previous FASTRACK outages have occurred along the Seventh and Sixth avenue subway lines.