A power outage at the Dekalb Av stop in Brooklyn has thrown a number of subway lines into chaos this afternoon, the MTA announced. And things had been going so well for them!
— NYCT Subway (@NYCTSubway) May 7, 2017
In addition to the N and Q trains running with delays, southbound D trains are running on the F between the West 4th and 2nd Avenue stations, and then ending at the 2nd Avenue station. R trains are running between Bay Ridge-95 St and 36 St in Brooklyn in both directions.
Customers on the trains when the power outage took place were, understandably, upset:
— Joanna Field (@newyorkjo) May 7, 2017
— Robert Chernow (@rwchernow) May 7, 2017
WHY IS THE N TRAIN STUCK AT BAY PARKWAY? I DID NOT PAY $120+ FOR A METRO FOR THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!! @mta
— Joann (@panicdoll) May 7, 2017
Looks like I am getting the total New York City experience. I've never been stuck on the subway before. A Con-Ed power outage and signal malfunctions at DeKalb Avenue resulted in my train being delayed. Not happy but dealing with it as best I can. Sunday Funday not!. #healthycityboy #juanderer #totalnycexperience #stuckonasubwaycar #sundayfundaynot