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Local 7 line service resumes after signal problems
NEW YORK (WABC) -- The MTA says local No. 7 subway service has resumed after signal problems that developed Tuesday evening.
But some Main Street-bound No. 7 trains are being terminated at 74th Street-Broadway.
Express No. 7 subway service has also been restored.
Customers are advised to take E, F, M, N, Q or R trains making nearby station stops. Riders in Woodside can use IND stations for their trips.
LIRR is cross-honoring fares at 34 St-Penn Station, 61 St-Woodside and Flushing-Main Street.
MTA has also requested shuttle buses to 74th Street since the platforms have been packed.
The signal problems between 33 St-Rawson and 61 St-Woodside caused very limited service on the 7 train. The MTA says express No. 7 subway service has been restored. It says the Flushing Line 7 service is running close to normal after experiencing limited service earlier Wednesday due to signal problems. The agency says riders can expect some scattered delays.
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