Signal Problems Caused Packed Trains, Service Delays Earlier In The Week

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Service on the L Line subway was back to normal Saturday, after commuters were subjected to a harrowing experience earlier in the week.

On Thursday evening, the Eighth Avenue terminal was flooded with people, as L trains were delayed along the entire route due to mechanical problems between Broadway Junction and Myrtle Avenue-Wyckoff Avenue.

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Signal problems continued Friday morning, with service suspended between the stops and reduced service on either side, according to DNAInfo.

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As of Saturday afternoon, the MTA reported good service on the line.

The L Train runs along 14th Street in Manhattan, and is the main route for the bustling Bedford Avenue corridor in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

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