The F train won't stop at some Manhattan and Brooklyn subway stations overnight next week. Credit: bondidwhat/Flickr
F train service changes may affect some Manhattan and Brooklyn subway riders nights next week.
No F trains will stop at Broadway-Lafayette Street, Second Avenue, Delancey Street and East Broadway in Manhattan or York Avenue in Brooklyn during the weeknight changes, from late Monday to Friday morning, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
The disruptions, from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. for four consecutive nights next week, are part of the MTA's FASTRACK subway maintenance, cleaning and repair program.
F trains will be rerouted via the A line in both directions from West Fourth Street and Jay Street-MetroTech.
As an alternative, the MTA suggests riders take free shuttle buses or D and J trains.
The buses will operate between Broadway-Lafayette Street and East Broadway in Manhattan, making stops at Second Avenue and Delancey Street.
In Brooklyn, the free shuttle buses run between York Street and Jay Street-MetroTech, where F train service is available.