MANHATTAN — Monday morning's commute was plagued with delays as switch problems at the World Trade Center disrupted six lines, officials said.
The A, B, C, D, E and F trains were all disrupted when the problems began at 8:19 a.m., an MTA spokeswoman said.
E trains were suspended between the trade center and West Fourth Street and every other line was delayed, the MTA said.
The MTA didn't offer details about the problems. They were repaired by 9:10 a.m. and trains returned to service with delays, according to the MTA.
Angry riders took to social media to vent their frustration about the delays Monday morning.
MTA got the nerve to be worrying about adding WiFI signals when they can't even address the damn subway signal problems.— Charles Akpan (@TheMusicMogul) June 6, 2016
@MTA should pay me for all the hours I miss at work...— Eduarda Dias (@Eduarda_diass) June 6, 2016
Hey, @MTA --Thanks for making zero announcements about E train problems while 100 people waited for 30+ minutes at Canal St.— TheFaust (@FaustMN) June 6, 2016
Thanks for making everyone late to work @MTA— Brandon Hill (@brandonjhill) June 6, 2016
I'm confused as to how your A "express" train takes 40 mins to get to 59th from 125th???? @MTA— ∞ (@KattGutierrez) June 6, 2016