Erika Menendez, 33, pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter in the death of 46-year-old Sunando Sen.
Riders complained Wednesday of delays, service suspensions and packed trains on the line.
Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer is organizing a rally to protest poor service on the 7 line on Wednesday.
There were also delays on J and M lines and on southbound 4 and 6 trains on Tuesday morning.
Lowery Plaza debuted Friday under the 40th Street Station, with tables, chairs and planters.
The area under the 46th St. station is now Bliss Plaza, a sitting area with tables, chairs and planters.
The Sunnyside Shines BID will maintain the plazas, to be located under the 40th and 46th St. stations.
The DOT is installing three sculptures underneath the 40th Street Station in Queens next month.
Erika Menendez allegedly admitted to pushing Sunando Sen, 46, to his death in front of a 7 train.
Erika Menendez will be re-examined by a defense psychiatrist.
Erika Menendez was transferred to Elmhurst Hospital's prison ward for women with mental illness.
Friends of Sunando Sen gathered to cremate him at a Hindu service in Queens.
Sunando Sen, 46, was killed when a woman pushed him in front of a 7 train at 40th Street in Queens.
Sunando Sen was shoved in front of a train at 40th Street in Sunnyside. His attacker remains at large.
Amis Cale jumped from an elevated train stop after allegedly killing his wife in their Sunnyside home.
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