The MTA released its first-ever map depicting scheduled overnight service of the subway system today.
The map reflects how the subway runs from roughly midnight to 6 a.m. That's when three subway lines are suspended (the B, C and Z and the 42nd Street Shuttle), three lines become shuttles, six express trains run local, and a night-only shuttle appears.
Don't expect to see this map up in the subway system, however. The MTA only printed 25,000 copies and they are being given away, free of charge, at the New York Transit Museum, at Boerum Place & Schermerhorn Street in Downtown Brooklyn, and at the Transit Museum Annex in Grand Central Terminal.
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