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Repairs to Partially Shut Down 6 Train Between The Bronx and Harlem

By Dartunorro Clark | October 17, 2016 4:23pm
 Due to Fastrack repairs, there will be limited 6 train service between the Bronx and East Harlem for two weeks starting Oct. 17. 
Due to Fastrack repairs, there will be limited 6 train service between the Bronx and East Harlem for two weeks starting Oct. 17. 
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HARLEM — There will be no 6 train service between parts of The Bronx and East Harlem during late nights beginning this week as repairs are carried out, according to the MTA.

Service will be suspended between Hunts Point Avenue and 125th Street from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Oct. 17 through Oct. 21 and Oct. 24 through Oct. 28, the agency announced.

Free shuttle buses will be provided. Riders can transfer between trains and shuttle buses at Hunts Point Avenue and 125th Street stations. They will stop at the following stations:

► Longwood Avenue

► East 149th Street

► East 143rd Street-St. Mary’s Street

► Cypress Avenue

► Brook Avenue

► Third Avenue-138th Street

The 5 train between East 180th Street and Bowling Green will stop service early each night, the MTA said.

The 6 train will still run between Pelham Bay Park and Hunts Point Avenue and Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall and 125th St.