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Looking for the nearest A or C train station in your area? This page provides information on these New York City subway lines, including frequently asked questions.

What stations are on the A train?

The A train runs between Inwood-207th St in Manhattan and Far Rockaway-Mott Ave in Queens, making stops at stations including Columbus Circle, 42nd St, and Aqueduct Racetrack.

What stations are on the C train?

The C train runs between 168th St in Manhattan and Brooklyn's Jay St-MetroTech station. Some key stops along the route include Cathedral Parkway-110th St, 59th St-Columbus Circle and 23rd St.

How late does the A train run?

The last A train departs from either end of the line around 12:30-1:00 am on weeknights and around 3:00-3:30 am on weekends.

How late does the C train run?

Service on the C train also ends around 12:30-1:00 am on weeknights, and the last trains leave around 3:00-3:30 am on weekends.

What is the schedule for weekends?

On weekends, the A and C trains follow a modified schedule with less frequent service times compared to weekdays. Check the MTA website for exact schedules.

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