Frigid Weather And Insanely Long Lines Greet Residents Waiting For Roosevelt Island Tram This Morning Due To F Train Subway Service Disruptions
Roosevelt Island residents started this frigid Monday morning learning there was no F Train subway service and finding huge lines
waiting for them
at the Roosevelt Island Tram station.
A Roosevelt Island tipster shares these photos and reports:Problems with F train subway service cause Huge lines waiting for Roosevelt Island Tram this morning. pic.twitter.com/BzS8u3lmHY— Roosevelt Islander (@Rooseveltisland) January 9, 2017
No F to Manhattan. Crowds up to the KioskAccording to the MTA, a water condition at West 4th street station caused delays and service changes on many subway lines including the F.
from both sides of the Tram.
Line now goes around the Kiosk to under
the Queensboro Bridge.
Due to a water condition at W 4 St, service changes and delays are impacting the A,B,C,D,E,F,M and R lines. Details: https://t.co/gWshpvAdhH— NYCT Subway (@NYCTSubway) January 9, 2017
The Roosevelt Island Twitterverse adds:@tvlisanyc There are extensive delays in F service at this time. ^JP— NYCT Subway (@NYCTSubway) January 9, 2017
The Roosevelt Island transportation crisis! No F train today; the whole island must rely on 2 cable cars, with 110 capacity. I must move ... pic.twitter.com/A0UUeHRFVB— Joshua Mmali (@joshmali) January 9, 2017
The people of Roosevelt Island are really missing the F train right now.. pic.twitter.com/lx2esIRLjH— Danielle Ivory (@danielle_ivory) January 9, 2017
@NYCTSubway still at Roosevelt Island waiting to get to work since 7:30am. Two collapsed passengers and utter chaos https://t.co/NJM9L7nJyw— شكوفه (@MastSaqi) January 9, 2017
MTA tweets that service is restored but with extensive delays.Transport on #RooseveltIsland is getting worse! It's Mon morning rush hour & there's no F to Manhattan & the line for the tram was insane! pic.twitter.com/1he9HXLvWW— ♫Yani Iman♀ (@yi_tweets) January 9, 2017
And the Roosevelt Island Tram lines are back to normal.
#ServiceAlert: Following earlier signal problems at W 4 St, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, & R train service resumed with extensive delays.— NYCT Subway (@NYCTSubway) January 9, 2017
The lines for the Roosevelt Island tram are back to normal. Islanders, now's your chance to leave! (Though one car appears to be delayed) pic.twitter.com/67Qjv93yCU— Danielle Ivory (@danielle_ivory) January 9, 2017