NEW YORK — Commuters can expect long waits and delays along the N, Q, R and W subway lines Friday morning due after a train with a mechanical issue in Manhattan caused service changes earlier in the morning, the MTA said.
N, Q, R and W trains have started to resume regular service in Queens, Manhattan and Brooklyn, the NYCT Subway Twitter account tweeted around 7 a.m.
The earlier service changes came after a train experienced the mechanical problem near the Lexington Ave-59th Street station, according to a tweet from the MTA's NYCT Subway account at 6:20 a.m.
The MTA said the effected train has since been moved, allowing service to resume.
Continue to expect longer waits for and extensive delays on trains in both directions through the morning rush as we restore service.
— NYCT Subway (@NYCTSubway) March 6, 2020