NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A Con Edison manhole hearth on the thirty fourth Road-Penn Station cease led to main service disruptions or the No. 1, 2 and three trains Monday night.
The subway disruption got here the identical day because the “summer time of hell” started for lengthy-distance commuters at Penn Station.
Due to the manhole hearth, some southbound No. 1 trains have been solely making it to 137th Road-Metropolis School from the Bronx. Some No. 2 trains have been rerouted to the No. 5 line, and a few No. 2 and three trains have been terminating at 96th Road or Occasions Sq.-forty second Road.
Some northbound No. three trains have been additionally terminating at Wall Road or Chambers Road upon coming in from Brooklyn.
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The unrelated “summer time from hell” that started Monday required Lengthy Island Rail Street, NJ TRANSIT and Amtrak riders to regulate their schedules as a two-month restore challenge started at Penn Station.