NYPD investigation at 34th St Herald Square station disrupts subway service

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[UPDATE: The tracks have been cleared and service restored]

NEW YORK (PIX11) – A police investigation at the 34th Street Herald Square subway station has disrupted service along the F and B lines Wednesday afternoon.

Officers are investigating a ‘customer injury’ on the F line tracks.  Southbound F trains are currently running on the E line from Roosevelt Av.-Jackson Heights to West 4th St.

M train riders should be advised that Metropolitan Ave.-bound trains are running on the E line from 5th Ave.-53rd St. to West 4th St.-Washington Square.

Allow additional travel time, and check MTA.info for updates.


  • mike

    Your story on nypd subway disruption stated incorrectly that it occurred Thursday afternoon rather than Wednesday afternoon.

  • Avi Kohl

    This incident caused a total cluster#%$&. Tried to take an R from Manhattan to Brooklyn and it was redirected back uptown (first time Ive seen that happen after living in NYC for over 20 years) and I had to wait hours in hot stations to make transfers.

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