Awkwafina will be announcing your next stop on the 7 train.
The Queens-bred actress — real name, Nora Lum — will be the voice of the 7 train for eight days starting Thursday, providing straphangers station arrival info and other witty takes, the MTA said.
“This is Mets-Willets Point, home of the Mets!” she says in one recording shared with The Post.
“I love the Mets — because I’m from Queens — and you’re riding the 7 train.”
The announcements will be on 7 trains traveling between Flushing-Main Street and 34th Street-Hudson Yards.
“Transfer to the Q53 Select Bus Service — tell them Awkwafina sent you! You won’t get a discount or anything, I just miss ’em,” she says in another.
Many of the spots feature Awkwafina advising her fellow New Yorkers on everything from nail-clipping and man-spreading to how to survive in Manhattan.
“You are now entering Manhattan — hope you brought money!” she says.
Awkwafina’s star turn as train conductor — via pre-recorded messages — is a paid promotion for her new Comedy Central show “Awkwafina is Nora from Queens.”
The semi-autobiographical comedy stars Awkwafina as a fictionalized version of herself alongside BD Wong, Lori Tan Chinn and SNL writer and cast member Bowen Yang.
MTA spokesman Ken Lovett said the partnership with Comedy Central is the first of its kind, and may be replicated in the future.
He declined to say how much money Comedy Central is paying the agency for the promo.