Crews work to restore normal service following Harlem train derailment
PIX 11 NEWS | 6/28/2017, 7:02 a.m.
Repair crews are working to restore normal service across several subway lines Wednesday morning following a train derailment caused by "human error" in Harlem.
MTA spokesperson Kevin Ortiz said workers are fixing the tracks in and around the 125th Street station with the goal of restoring full service along the corridor around 7 a.m. Wednesday. The following service changes are in effect as of 6:50 a.m.:
A trains are running local in Brooklyn and in Manhattan between Euclid Av and Inwood-207 St in both directions.
A trains are running express from Canal St to 59 St-Columbus Circle.
B trains are running between Brighton Beach and 47-50 St Rockefeller Center, then on the F line to Lexington Av-63 St, then via Q to 96 St in both directions.
C train service is suspended.
D trains are running local between 59 St-Columbus Circle and Bedford Park Blvd in both directions.
Expect delays in A, B and D train service. Allow additional travel time.