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Fastrack repairs delayed

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The first round of Fastrack repairs scheduled for 2014 have been delayed due to extremely cold weather. 

The MTA says the first two nights- January 6 and January 7- have been canceled. G subway service will operate normally.

Fastrack repair service on the G line will resume on January 8 and January 9. During that time, service will be suspended between Bedford-Nostrand avenues and Church avenue in Brooklyn from 10pm until 5am

The work ends on Friday, January 10th.

Free shuttle buses will operate between Bedford-Nostrand avenues and the Jay street-Metro Tech station during Fastrack.

In the meantime, other Fastrack repairs will happen on the following dates and lines:

January 13 to 17 on the 1, no 1 trains between 96 St and Dyckman St.

January 20 to 24 on the E F M R, no E trains between Roosevelt Av and World Trade Center; no F trains between Roosevelt Av and 21 St. Queensbridge; M and R service ends early each night.

January 27 to 31 on the 2 3 4, 2 and 4 trains operate express service only between Atlantic Av-Barclays Ctr and Franklin Av; 3 service ends early in Brooklyn each night

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