This Memorial Day weekend is expected to be the busiest in 10 years.
NJ TRANSIT and Amtrak trains were delayed for up to an hour at Penn Station late Wednesday afternoon, after an overhead wire came down.
No. 1 and 2 train service has been restored after a water main break in the West Village halted service between Times Square and Chambers Street for hours.
A, B, C, D, E, F and G lines are running with delays in both directions.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority said a problem with the automated train computer system caused delays along the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and S subway lines.
Service on the Metro-North Railroad was disrupted Wednesday evening after a derailment at Grand Central Terminal.
Police said several vehicles were involved, including a tractor-trailer.
Two of the four East River tunnels were shut down Friday night and won’t reopen until 5 a.m. on Monday.
A fire in a freight elevator at Penn Station caused delays on both NJ TRANSIT and Long Island Rail Road trains during the Friday evening commute.
Railroad officials warned minor delays should be expected because trains will need to reduce speeds in problem areas under extreme “slip-slide” conditions.
Some NJ TRANSIT lines were subjected to major delays during the Friday evening rush.
The MTA told 1010 WINS the boulder came down onto the tracks at around 2:30 p.m. The boulder hit Track 2, then made contact with Track 1.
Heavy train delays proved to be as much of a disappointment as the race was to many California Chrome fans Saturday.
Trains were delayed on the Metro-North Harlem Line Monday evening, after a car ended up on the tracks in Valhalla.
Three cars on a seven-car freight train jumped the tracks just east of Jamaica Station on the Long Island Rail Road.