By Spectrum News Staff New York City |
NEW YORK – The Metropolitan Transportation Authority says service on the 7 train has resumed with residual delays after a broken rail condition snarled the morning commute. The problem was first reported around 7 a.m. near Queensboro Plaza.
Crowds quickly built up on subway platforms in Manhattan and Queens. There were also extensive delays reported on the E, M, F, and R lines.
The MTA says riders should expect residual delays.The Long Island Rail Road is allowing MetroCard holders to board at no additional charge at Flushing-Main St, 61 St-Woodside and Penn Station.