New York, NY – Subway riders can expect some delays this week as trains will run less frequently Monday through Thursday. The trains will run less frequently than usual. Passengers can expect longer wait times.
“Subway service is running on a normal schedule with some exceptions. The winter surge of the omicron variant is affecting businesses across New York City, and that includes the MTA,” said MTA
“By reducing scheduled service, we’re able to re-allocate train crews where they’re needed, rather than cancel individual trips.
We’re also working quickly to implement New York State’s revised quarantine guidelines for essential workers, which will help with staff shortages. “
J trains are making all stops in Queens and Brooklyn. Z trains are not running.— NYCT Subway. Wear a Mask. (@NYCTSubway) December 27, 2021
You may wait longer for trains in both directions.
We're running as much service as we can with the train crews we have available. pic.twitter.com/i0J3AHPRsQ
MTA urge riders to check the MTA website prior to travel.