MANHATTAN — There will be no A or D service in upper Manhattan for four consecutive nights next week while the MTA does repair work.
Under the MTA's Fastrack program, service completely shuts down a subway line to help make MTA maintenance work more efficient and safe. The agency chooses lines where there is alternative subway service, according to their website.
The A will not run between 59th Street and Inwood-207th Street and there will be no D service between 59th Street and 161st Street-Yankee Stadium from 10 p.m. to 5 am. Nov. 18 through Nov. 22.
Local B and C service will also end early each night.
Riders can take the nearby 1, 2 or 4 lines as an alternative or the M4, Bx12 or Bx19 buses.
There will also be free shuttle bus service.
The A will run between Lefferts Boulevard or Far Rockaway and 59th Street during the Fastrack work.
D service will operate in two sections, between 205th Street and 161st Street-Yankee Stadium and between 59th Street and Stillwell Avenue.
A riders can take the 1 for service between Midtown and Washington Heights.
For those going to The Bronx on the D, straphangers can take the 2 or 4 from Midtown.
The 42nd Street shuttle will also run through the night.