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We're putting repairs on the FASTRACK
In Manhattan affecting F line icon service • Weeknights 10 PM to 5 AM • Mon to Fri • Oct 31 - Nov 4

FASTRACK begins at 11:30 PM on October 31
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Service Changes

FASTRACK begins weeknights at 10 PM and ends 5 AM the next morning. This service change will run from October 31* - November 4 nightly, ending Friday morning.
(* FASTRACK begins at 11:30 PM on October 31)

Read on for more information.

No F subway trains at B’way-Lafayette St, 2 Av,
Delancey St, East Broadway, and York St



How will trains operate?

F  line icon trains are rerouted via the A line icon in both directions between W 4 St and Jay St-MetroTech

R line icon Free shuttle buses and D line icon J line icon trains provide alternate service

 

Travel alternatives:

In Manhattan:
  • R line icon Free shuttle buses run between B’way-Lafayette St and East Broadway, stopping at 2 Av and Delancey St.
  • Transfer between free shuttle buses and D line icon trains at B’way-Lafayette St.
  • Transfer between D line icon and F line icon trains at W 4 St.
  • For service to/from Delancey St/Essex St, use J with transfers to/from F line icon at Fulton St.
In Brooklyn:
  • R line icon Free shuttle buses run between York St and Jay St-MetroTech, where F line icon service is available.
  • Transfer between free shuttle buses and F line icon trains at Jay St-MetroTech.
  • Transfer between D line icon and F line icon trains at 4 Av-9 St.
  • Beginning at 10:30 PM, D line icon trains run local in Brooklyn.
  • York St customers may also use the High St A line icon station, where F line icon service is available.

Other changes to service may affect your trip. Please consult Service Change Directories or use TripPlanner+.

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About FASTRACK

FASTRACK is a subway maintenance, cleaning, and repair program that shuts down segments of a subway line for several hours over consecutive weeknights, allowing our employees to perform a number of critical maintenance jobs. The line shutdown approach has proven successful in that, under normal conditions in our 24/7 system, the scope and breadth of this important work would be impossible to accomplish with customers and trains moving through work areas. Thus far, since FASTRACK began in 2012, the results have had a positive impact on service with a reduction in train delays and a decrease in the number of track fires, while realizing cost efficiencies and a lower accident rate for employees. 

FASTRACK tasks typically include:

  • Track – remove debris and repair or replace tie blocks and running rails.
  • Third Rail Operations – clean and remove debris from under and around the third rail.
  • Signals – perform general maintenance on signals and switches and replace dispatcher holding lights.
  • Infrastructure – repair or replace handrails, signs, and tunnel lighting. Clean track drains and repair water damage/leaks.
  • Electronic Maintenance – optimize performance of closed-circuit television monitors and cameras. Inspect and test public address system equipment.
  • Station Environment – perform high-intensity station cleaning and painting as well as perform elevator and escalator repair work. Clean vents and drains. 

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