NY subway service inches back on; power outage cause unknown

NY subway service inches back on; power outage cause unknown

A power outage at a Manhattan train station is causing system wide subway issues during the Friday morning commute.

The outage began just before 7:30 a.m.at the 7th Avenue-53rd Street station, and Con Ed is now on the scene and have brought in temporary generators, according to the MTA. – Expect delays in A, D, E, F, G, J, M, N, Q and R train service in both directions.

The LIRR is cross honoring at the following stations: Sutphin Boulevard-Archer Avenue, Kew Gardens-Union Turnpike, Forest Hills-71st Avenue, 61st Street-Woodside and 34th Street-Penn Station.

- Some D trains are running on the A line between W 4 St-Washington Sq and Jay St-MetroTech then via F line to Coney Island-Stillwell Av in both directions.

Officials said the cause of the outage was still under investigation and were working with Con Ed to resolve the problem.

E trains are running on the F line between West Fourth Street-Washington Square and Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Avenue in both directions. The M train remains suspended between Chambers Street and Forest Hills in both directions, according to MTA alerts.

The D train was being rerouted to the C line between the West 4th Street Station and 59th Street in both directions, and some trains were terminating at 34th Street-Herald Square, the MTA said. – Some Broad St bound J and southbound M train service are terminating at Myrtle Av or Marcy Av.

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