No. 7 train service partially restored with delays

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MANHATTAN – No. 7 train service has been partially restored but MTA warns customers should expect delays.

Due to a signal communications issue, there is also no No. 7 train service between 34th-Hudson Yards and Times Square-42nd Street.

There is also no express train service and will run local making all stops through the a.m. peak, according to the MTA.

Earlier the MTA  suspended No. 7 train service in both directions from Flushing- Main Street and 34th Hudson Yards due to signal problems.

For service please use the E, F, J, M, N, Q or R trains as an alternative.

Allow additional travel time.

For the latest transit information, refer to

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