Subway delays increased significantly in August, according to the MTA.

The transit agency said there were 66,295 delays during the workweek in August.

In comparison, that is up from the 57,164 delays in July. In August of last year, commuters saw 55,694 delays.

Weekends also saw big jump in August, with more than 13,000 delays.

MTA officials said there were 64 major incidents on weekdays in August. A major incident is defined as one that delays 50 or more trains.

During the same time period in 2016, there were 14 fewer major incidents.

Overcrowding caused more than 26,500 — about 40 percent — of the delays.