Subway service resumes with delays after investigation, signal problems in Manhattan cause slowdown

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MANHATTAN — Subway service has resumed after an investigation and signal problems in Manhattan caused major delays during the Monday morning rush-hour commute, according to the MTA.

An investigation was initially reported by the MTA to be underway at Broadway-Lafayette Street, delaying the A, C, F and M lines as of 8:45 a.m..

Separately, signal problems at 47-50 St-Rockefeller Ctr. delayed E, F and G trains.

Despite previous reports of the above issues, the MTA said service resumed for all lines by 9:45 a.m. after signal problems at 42 St-Bryant Park.

Additional information on the issues has not been provided by the MTA.

During the delays, the following changes were in effect:

  • No B train service between Norwood-205 St and Coney Island Still-Well Av in both directions
  • No M train service between Forest Hills-71 Av and Broadway Junction in both directions
  • Southbound D trains stop along the C line from 59 St-Columbus Circle to W 4 St-Washington Sq the via the F line to Coney Island-Stillwell Av.
  • Northbound D trains stop along the A Subway line from W 4 St-Washington Sq to 59 St-Columbus Circle
  • Southbound F trains are stopping along the E line from Jackson Hts-Roosevelt Av to W 4 St-Washington Sq.
  • Some southbound F trains are stopping along the E line from Jackson Hts-Roosevelt Av to Queens Plaza then on the G line to Bergen St.
  • Expect delays on A, B, C, D, E, F, G and M trains.
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