The MTA said it will suspend late night E train service from Monday, Nov. 2 through early Friday morning on Nov. 6 in Queens for FASTRACK repairs on the line.

From 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., trains will not run between Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer and Briarwood, transit officials said.

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The line will run as normal from the World Trade Center to Briarwood, and then will run on the F line to and from Jamaica –179 Street. 

Late night E train riders can use free shuttle buses running between Jamaica Center and Kew Gardens –Union Turnpike, the MTA said. The transit agency recommended passengers take the A and J trains, connecting through Broadway Junction.

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The same route was closed for FASTRACK work in September, during which crews used the seven hours each night to clean 7,765 feet of track, maintain signal equipment, change light bulbs and fixtures and other maintenance work. 

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