Good news for 1 line commuters: The MTA has restored service to Upper Manhattan stations except West 181st Street, where the station is still undergoing repairs after a ceiling collapse. The MTA had suspended service north of West 168th Street and inspected the West 168th Street station yesterday. And it's a good thing the West 168th Street station's ceiling was looked over: CityRoom reports, "The restoration of (nearly) full service comes after a frenzied repair period that revealed additional flaws in a nearby station at 168th Street. Bricks in the vaulted ceiling, which is architecturally similar to the one that collapsed, were labeled as 'areas of concern' by officials, who will close the station again next weekend to fix loose plaster, concrete and brick." Here's shuttle bus and other subway info for commuters who usually use the West 181st Street station.
1 Line A Little Better, Skips Only West 181st Now
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