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No. 7 train resumes service–after commuters faced morning delays

March 5, 2015 Staff Report

Riders on the No. 7 train faced rush-hour delays this morning that lasted about 90 minutes–following FDNY activity at the 5th Avenue station.

The MTA stopped train service between Times Square and Hunters Point Avenue (in both directions), and riders were advised to take the N,R, Q, F and E lines.

Many No. 7 trains were just sitting in stations as commuters tried to squeeze into trains. The MTA also told many commuters to take the bus.

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Ray

And adding tens of thousands of people to the area will only improve these commuting situations.

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