NEW YORK—Service on the B, D, F, and M lines will be suspended at certain stations from Sept. 24–28, 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., while the Metropolitan Transportation Authority performs Fastrack maintenance.
In order to give MTA employees full access to the tracks, signals, cables, lighting, third-rail components, and platform edges, stations will be closed from 59th Street–Columbus Circle to West 4th Street on the B, D, F, and M lines.
The D and F lines are being rerouted during this period. The last stop for D trains from Brooklyn will be West 4th Street, and D trains will run via the C line between 59th Street–Columbus Circle and West 4th Street, and via the F line to and from 2nd Avenue.
F trains will run along the E line between West 4th Street and Roosevelt Avenue in both directions, and B and M Manhattan-bound trains will end in Brooklyn and Queens at 9:30 p.m. The B and M trains will run until 10 p.m. in Manhattan.
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