A, C trains resume with extensive delays between Manhattan, Brooklyn

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LOWER MANHATTAN — Service on the A and C trains has resumed with extensive delays between Manhattan and Brooklyn after it was suspended Tuesday morning.

Service was originally suspended on the A and C trains due to police activity at the Fulton Street subway station, the MTA said, but said shortly before 9 a.m. service had resumed.

As an alternate, riders can take the B25 bus between Broadway Junction and Jay Street in Brooklyn. The MTA warns passengers to expect delays and allow for additional travel time.

Originally, there were no A trains running in both directions between Brooklyn’s Broadway Junction and Lower Manhattan’s Chambers Street and no C trains in both directions between Brooklyn’s Euclid Avenue and 168th Street in Washington Heights.

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