Broken Rail Shuts Down C Train, MTA Reroutes A Line
NEW YORK CITY — A broken rail on the C train subway line to be rerouted during rush hour on Monday evening shortly after 5 p.m., the MTA said on its website.
The busted track, which occurred below Fulton Street in Manhattan, took out all C trains between Euclid Avenue and 168th Street, according to the MTA.
Additionally, all southbound A trains were running on the F line from West 4th Street in Manhattan to Jay St-MetroTech station in Brooklyn.
The MTA urged customers to build in additional travel time Monday evening.