Escalators broken at new 34th Street-Hudson Yards station

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They're the longest, deepest and most technical escalators and elevators in the system.

The 34th Street-Hudson Yards station , which opened in September, had four escalators listed as down on the MTA's site as off-line as of Monday.

By Monday morning, one of the repairs had been completed. Warranty repairs were being made on one of them and winter weather has an impact on one by the main entrance.

Only one escalator is operational in each direction to and from the lower-level mezzanine. The incline-elevators are also running. You can check elevator/escalator status here.

Icicles were also spotted on the ceiling. The contractor is still on site working on other areas of the station.