Power outage is making the morning commute disgusting
Con Edison and transit crews are working to determine what triggered an hourslong power outage that caused major subway delays in New York City. The MTA reported that a Con Ed power problem was affecting the signals at Seventh Avenue and 53rd Street.
Generators restored some power by lunchtime. A, D, E, F, J, N, Q and R trains were all impacted - mostly delayed or running on different lines.
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.
The outage - which was still in effect as of 9:30 a.m. - also knocked out service to the B train in both directions between Brighton Beach and Bedford Park and the M train between Chambers and Forest Hills-71st Ave.
As of 10:37 a.m., according to the MTA, all B and C service is suspended, and A trains will make local stops in both directions.
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Some northbound D trains are terminating at 34th Street-Herald Square.
The E train was being rerouted to the F line between West 4th Street and Roosevelt Avenue in both directions. The MTA is investigating with Con Edison at the scene, a spokeswoman said.
E trains are running on the F line between West Fourth Street-Washington Square and Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Avenue in both directions.
Some Broad Street-bound J and southbound M trains are terminating at Myrtle Avenue or Marcy Avenue.
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