NEW YORK — Signal problems at a Manhattan train station temporarily caused delays and suspensions on several subway lines in New York City during the Thursday morning commute.
Crews have worked through the morning to address signal problems at 14 St, the MTA said.
B, D, F, and M trains were temporarily suspended or rerouted, but have since resumed regular service. The signal issues also impacted A, C, E, and N trains due to rerouting and congestion.
Trains have since resumed to normal schedule.