Signal Problems Disrupt L Train During Friday's Commute, MTA Says

By Aidan Gardiner on December 6, 2013 6:46am 

 Signal problems between Broadway Junction and Myrtle Ave.-Wycoff Ave. could disrupt L line, MTA says.
Signal problems between Broadway Junction and Myrtle Ave.-Wycoff Ave. could disrupt L line, MTA says.
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BROOKLYN — L line service was disrupted for Friday morning's rush-hour commute as signal problems halted trains through a stretch in Brooklyn, the MTA said.

Service on the line was suspended between Broadway Junction and Myrtle Ave.-Wycoff Ave. with reduced service on either side of the suspended area, the MTA said.

Shuttle buses were running between Myrtle Ave.-Wycoff Ave. and Broadway Junction where riders could transfer to the A, C, J or Z lines, the MTA said.

Commuters should expect their journeys to take additional time.

Friday's disruption comes ahead of sweeping weekend service changes on 12 subway lines.

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