[UPDATED - 5:45pm]
Thought your commute to work through the mess of snow and slush this morning sucked? It did. The trek in was marred by freezing rain, snow, and slush after a storm moved into the area Sunday night. And hours later, the 7 train is sill messed up after a icy conditions on the rails kept trains from running between Queens and Times Square this morning. Additionally, as the evening commute ramps up, signal problems and service changes are slowing commuters down on several subway lines across the city.
Basically, it's going to be a nightmare getting home, New York.
While the 7 train continues to run with limited service between the Flushing-Main Street and 74 St-Broadway stations in both directions, several other MTA train issues are stacking up across the system. As of late Monday afternoon, signal problems at the Williamsburg Bridge halted service on the M and J trains between the Marcy Avenue (Brooklyn) and Delancey St-Essex St (Manhattan) stations. Both service changes and signal problems at three different stations are also causing delays on the 1, 2, 5, and 6 trains. On top of that, additional signal problems and service changes are slowing F, N, Q, and R trains, according to the MTA.