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Photo courtesy of MTA's flickr
Photo courtesy of MTA's flickr
MTA's Fastrack maintenance program will disrupt subway service in Queens overnight this week.

There will be no service at the 36th Street, Steinway Street, 46th Street, Northern Boulevard and 65th Street subway stations in Queens from 10 p.m. until 5 a.m., for four consecutive weeknights from Monday, August 12 to early Friday morning, August 16, according to the MTA. The service changes are part of the transit agency’s Fastrack maintenance program.

During this time, E and R trains run express in both directions between Queens Plaza and Roosevelt Avenue, and M service ends early each night between Forest Hills-71st Avenue and Essex Street.

  • Free shuttle buses run local between Queens Plaza and 74th Street-Roosevelt Avenue, making station stops at Queens Plaza, Queensboro Plaza, 36th Street, Steinway Street, 46th Street, Northern Boulevard and 65th Street.
  • Customers may transfer between shuttle buses and the 7, E, F and R trains at 74th Street-Roosevelt Avenue, Queensboro Plaza 7 and N train or Queens Plaza E and R trains.
  • Regular late night R service operates in Brooklyn only between 95th Street and 36th Street.
  • M shuttle trains operate between Metropolitan Avenue and Myrtle Avenue all night.

 

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