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More Than Half a Dozen Subway Lines Re-Rerouted or Delayed Due to Signal Problems

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    More Than Half a Dozen Subway Lines Re-Rerouted or Delayed Due to Signal Problems
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    Subway delays at Port Authority March 10

    More than half a dozen subway lines were re-routed or delayed due to signal problems in Manhattan, causing extensive delays during the evening rush.

    The A, C, E; the B, D, F; and the G trains all ran with delays in both directions because of signal problems between World Trade Center and Chambers Street. 

    The MTA said a power failure at the World Trade Center station caused the subway stoppage just after 4 p.m. 

    Service eventually resumed but with extensive delays.

    A shooting at the Borough Hall subway station also had the 4 and 5 trains bypassing that station during the evening.  

     

    Only in New York #poweroutage #PABT #nyc

    A photo posted by RJ Sembrano (@yourstruly_rj) on

     

    No trains running and I am stuck in this damn tunnel with hundreds of pissed off commuters. #mtafail

    A photo posted by Alison Fargis (@alisonfargis) on

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