Signal Problems Cause Peak Hour Changes for Brooklyn L Train

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    Commuters who take the L subway line in Brooklyn could be in for a headache Friday morning as signal problems have forced the MTA to make peak-hour service changes.

    No trains will run between stops at Broadway Junction and Myrtle and Wyckoff avenues during peak hours, the MTA says. Shuttle buses will pick up commuters between the stops, all of which are in Brooklyn.

    Limited L service will be available between the Canarsie-Rockaway Parkway and Broadway Junction stops, the MTA says. At Broadway Junction, commuters can transfer to A, C, J or Z trains. Service on other parts of the line in Brooklyn and Manhattan will also be reduced.

    Crews are working to restore service on the line, the MTA says.

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