During subway service changes nights next week, A, C, and E trains won't stop at the Chambers Street- World Trade Center station. Credit: Getty Images
Subway service changes will close 11 stations in Manhattan and Brooklyn to A, C and E trains during nights next week.
A, C and E trains, all part of the IND Eighth Avenue Line, won't run between 59th Street-Columbus Circle and Jay Street-MetroTech during the weeknight changes from late Monday to Friday morning, according to the MTA. The disruptions, from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. for four consecutive nights, are part of the MTA's FASTRACK subway maintenance, cleaning and repair program.
During the service changes, C train service will end early each night.
A trains will be rerouted via the D and F lines. Trains will run via the D between 59th Street-Columbus Circle and 34th Street-Herald Square. A trains will run via the F between 34th Street-Herald Square and Jay Street-MetroTech.
E trains will be rerouted via the M and F lines in Manhattan. E trains will run via the M between Fifth Avenue-53rd Street and 34th Street-Herald Square. Trains will also run via the F between 34th Street-Herald Square and Second Avenue. No E trains will run between World Trade Center and Seventh Avenue.
The MTA recommends using the D and F train stations to connect with these rerouted trains. Riders can also take the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 trains for service in lower Manhattan. The 1, 2 and 3 trains provide service between 34th Street-Penn Station and Times Square.