Major delays on J trains due to smoking tracks at Canal Street

NEW YORK — Commuters expecting to take the J train Saturday should expect significant delays, according to the MTA.

Firefighters say they received the call for smoking tracks at the Canal Street station at around 3:37 p.m.

The MTA said J trains would not stop at Canal Street in either direction. They’ve since resumed stopping at the station, though delays are still expected.

Manhattan-bound J trains will end at Delancey St.-Essex St.

Southbound N and Q trains are arriving on the upper level at Canal Street and making local R train stops from Canal Street to DeKalb Avenue.


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