Switching problems disrupts 4, 5 and 6 subway service

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Straphangers who rely on the 4, 5, and 6 subway lines will need to re-route their morning commute Wednesday morning.

Due to switch problems at 14 St-Union Sq, there is no 4, 5 and 6 train service in both directions from Grand Central-42 St and Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall.

For the latest on the service updates, visit http://mta.info/

4 comments

  • Orlando

    They raise the fare for all metrocards and the service still is having problem. The MTA is slowly killing this city. The major doesn't care about it but only care about lowing the size of what you eat, drinking or listen to. I'm starting to wondering what's good about living in New York

    • marla

      The Mayor is Pathetic and MTA have a bunch of theives working in the upper level and hard working citizen using the subway they care less , its not the city new york is a beautiful city ……its the people they have running the city what a sad story…….

  • Vee

    I agree with the last post. All this fare hike. Was to fix things MTA said but yet they rather spend 1million on giving rats birth control are u serious!!?? This is why I’m finishing school n moving out of New York the priorities of the elected officals are nonsense. They are not doing there job n worry about dumb things like soda n how loud u hear ur music. New York isn’t what it used to be. And that’s sad

  • truth

    These three reviews are on point.
    The people of NY should stand up and not pay the fare for a day or two.
    The police can not give everyone a ticket especially, during rush hour.
    If possible, we should boycott the fare.
    It may not make a difference but at least we can show we mean business.

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