Broken rail, signal issues could disrupt evening commute on several subway lines

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NEW YORK (PIX11) — A broken rail and signal problems could disrupt Thursday evening’s commute on several subway lines.

According to the MTA, the following service changes are in effect to due a broke rail at 34th Street-Herald Square:

Southbound “B” and “D” trains are running on the local track from 34 St-Herald Square to W 4 St-Washington Square.

Some southbound “F” trains are running on the “E” line from Roosevelt Av to W 4 St then via the “A” line to Jay St-MetroTech then regular route.

“M” trains are suspended between 71 Av-Forest Hills and Essex St in both directions.

“M” trains are running on the “J” line from Essex St to Chambers St and terminate.

Due to a signal problem at Grand Avenue, the following service changes are in effect:

“E” and “F” trains are running with delays in both directions.

“M” trains are suspended in both directions between 71 Av-Forest Hills and Essex St.

Some northbound trains “R” are terminating at 42 St-Times Sq or 57 St-7 Av.

For up to date service information, visit MTA.info.