Subway Service Disruption Manhattan Brooklyn Subway Service Disrupted on 2, 3, 4 and 5 Lines Due to signal trouble, there is no service

on several lines between Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn. By Kareem Johnson DNAinfo Reporter/Producer MANHATTAN ² Subway service between Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn was snarled just before the evening rush Wednesday, the MTA said. The problem, first reported around 4:20 p.m., arose because of signal trouble between Atlantic and Franklin avenues in Brooklyn, according to the agency. The MTA said there is no 2 train service in both directions between Chambers Street and Flatbush Avenue. Service on the 3 train is suspended in both directions from Chambers Street to New Lots Avenue. The signal trouble is also affecting the 4 and 5 lines. Service on the 4 is suspended between Bowling Green and Utica Avenue. And the 5 train is suspended between Bowling Green and Flatbush Avenue-Brooklyn College. The MTA is advising riders to use the Q, N or R train trains instead. However, signal problems on the Manhattan Bridge were causing delays for northbound Q and N trains.

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