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2 and 3 Trains Face Service Disruptions for 2 Weeks in Harlem, Bronx: MTA

By Ben Fractenberg | April 11, 2016 6:29pm
 The 2 and 3 lines are facing service disruptions in Harlem and The Bronx starting Monday for repairs, according to the MTA.
The 2 and 3 lines are facing service disruptions in Harlem and The Bronx starting Monday for repairs, according to the MTA.
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MANHATTAN — Service will be disrupted on the 2 and 3 lines in Harlem and The Bronx for two weeks starting Monday night for Fastrack repairs, according to the MTA.

Two trains will be suspended in both directions between Third Avenue-149th Street and 96th Street and 3 train service will be completely suspended from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Monday night through Thursday night and then again during the same times from Monday, April 25 through early Friday morning morning, April 29, the MTA said.

Service on the 2 line will run in two sections, between Wakefield-241st Street and Third Avenue-149th Street and between 96th Street and Flatbush Avenue-Brooklyn College.

Free shuttle buses will provide alternate service.

► For 2 service: Buses will operate between Third Avenue-149th Street and 96th Street. Transfer between 2 trains and free shuttle buses at Third Avenue-149th Street and at 96th Street, or the 4 at 149th Street-Grand Concourse.

► For 3 service: Buses operate between 96 Street and Harlem-148th Street, making all 3 train station stops. Transfer between 2 trains and free shuttle buses at 96th Street. Take the 2 for service between Franklin Avenue and 96th Street. 4 trains make all station stops between Nevins Street and New Lots Avenue.  

Fastrack work includes repairs to signals, switches, lighting and security equipment, according to the MTA.