MANHATTAN — Subway service on the A, C and E lines will be stopped overnight from Columbus Circle to Downtown Brooklyn beginning Monday, the MTA announced.
The stations along the Eighth Avenue routes in Manhattan will suspended from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. through Fri., April 27. Some of the service will be rerouted to the Sixth Avenue lines.
The stations from 59th Street-Columbus Circle in Manhattan to Jay Street-Metro Tech in Brooklyn will closed during those hours, the MTA said.
The A train will run on the F and D lines along those routes. The F train will run between 47-50 Streets to Brooklyn; the D train will run from 47-50 Streets to Columbus Circle.
E train service will be suspended from the 7th Avenue/53 Street Station to World Trade Center Station during the hours. E trains will run on the F line between 5th Avenue/53 Street to Second Avenue.
There will be no service between the World Trade Center and West 4th Street stations, the MTA said.
The closures are the latest phase of the authority's FASTRACK initiative, designed to allow workers to perform maintenance on tracks and equipment without the interruptions of passing trains.