Subway and railroad riders in the city have faced rough commutes Tuesday, following a full day of problems on several lines and the Long Island Rail Road.
Transit changes as of 11:45 p.m. Tuesday
Southbound D trains are stopping along the A line from line from 59 Street-Columbus Circle to West 4 Street-Washington Square before shifting to the F line to the Coney Island-Stillwell Avenue station.
Southbound F trains are running along the Q line from Lexington Avenue-63 Street to DeKalb Avenue, and then run along the D line to Coney Island-Stillwell Avenue.
Southbound F trains are running express from Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center to 36 Street in Brooklyn.
See mta.info for full listings of service changes.
Earlier headaches for commuters
Platforms and trains were packed Tuesday evening at the Rockefeller Center stop on the 6th Avenue line, where riders crammed into B, D, F, and M trains.
Electrical problems affected the morning commute, with the impact felt throughout the day.
At one point, riders in Brooklyn waited 25 to 30 minutes for the D train.
"Today was completely ridiculous. I was on my way, doing a new time, and I realized there was a really big delay. It was right around an hour and we sat for about 15 minutes, there was no communication," one straphanger said.
Commuter: I go through something like this, either a wait of about a half hour or more. It's almost every other day.
NY1: So you're not even surprised anymore?
Commuter: Not really.
MTA officials have apologized for the transit troubles in a statement, saying, in part, "We are deploying thousands of workers to modernize and stabilize the system...with the implementation of our aggressive Subway Action Plan, which since taking effect in July has cut major incidents by nearly 40 percent."