It appears this morning’s commute-snarling track fire was so popular, the MTA has gifted us with an evening sequel. As of 5:30 p.m., there are widespread problems on the subway, with 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, E, N, R and W trains experiencing delays. And it’s still early!
@mtanow7 @MTA you Suck pic.twitter.com/fxSPV3iPZM
— Air-Turk (@airhollywood718) July 17, 2017
The 7 train is experiencing signal problems, as is the E; C trains are running express from Canal St to 59 St-Columbus Circle thanks to switch problems, and FDNY activity at Lexington-63 St has caused backups on the N, Q and R trains. There’s also a sick customer at 96 St on the East Side, so 6 trains are running with delays. The MTA’s website shows good service on the B, D, F, M, J, Z, Q, L, 1, 2, 3, and G lines, but Murphy’s Law suggests at least four of those lines will drop you off in the wrong borough by the end of the day.
Are you tired? I am very tired.
Monday rush hour: nearly every train is rerouted/delayed due to fire, broken trains, signal problems @MTA @NYGovCuomo pic.twitter.com/ugYpzHGf3N
— Malarie Gokey (@MalarieGokey) July 17, 2017
@NYCMayorsOffice @MTA 7 train platform GCT – we deserve better! pic.twitter.com/FCKPE6uwmF
— NYCGuy74 (@NYCGuy74) July 17, 2017
It feels like I’m inside a volcano. Haven’t moved in 20 minutes. @MTA #MTA #West4th
— Cole K Weber (@Cole_K_Weber) July 17, 2017
Spongebob: Put your hand on the lid
The MTA: *crashes 12 trains into a school*
— Anthony Schepis (@Schepizza) July 17, 2017
Ah, nothing more pleasant than dealing with more mindless @MTA BS after work on a Monday. 5:30pm, very nice. #WeTheCommuters pic.twitter.com/04YbKtGM9t
— Kyle Stevens (@thekylestevens) July 17, 2017
Really @MTA ?? Where are the damn trains? #53lexsubway pic.twitter.com/yZbjEMmRKo
— Brad Pearlman (@bradinthecity) July 17, 2017
Good luck, comrades.