Subway service resumes following switch problems in Manhattan

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MANHATTAN – Train lines have resumed after going through service changes and delays following switch problems at W 4 Street- Washington Square Park Friday morning.

Southbound B, C, D, E, F, and G trains were affected, causing delays, even some going through service changes.

The following changes were in effect while workers were trying to fix the problem:

  • Southbound C trains are stopping along the F line from W 4 St-Wash Sq to Jay St-Metro Tech
  • Southbound E trains are running express from 42 St-Port Authority to Canal St.
  • Some southbound F trains are stopping along the E line from Jackson Hts-Roosevelt Av to Queens Plaza.
  • Some southbound F trains are stopping along the E line from Jackson Hts- Roosevelt Ave to Queens Plaza, then via the G to Bergen St.
  • There is no M train service between Forest Hills-71 Ave and Broadway Junction in both directions
  • Expect delays on the B, C, D, E, F, and G trains.

In a separate incident, 2 and 3 train service resumed following an earlier incident involving NYPD activity at 116 Street and N and Q trains resumed after stopping along the R line due to a sick passenger.