G Train Service Resumes

Trains running with delays after being knocked offline by Hurricane Sandy for 10 days.

Another semblance of normal life for Brooklyn straphangers appeared into view Wednesday morning.

After being shuttered by Hurricane Sandy, G train service has resumed between Church Av station and Court Square in Queens.

The G comes back online after 10 days of being darkened due to damage to the Greenpoint Tunnel under Newtown Creek.

One straphanger tweeted Wednesday that riders should expect delays on the eight-car trains due to signal problems.

With B line service to Kings Highway reinstituted Tuesday, only the L train line from Rockaway Parkway to 8th Av in Manhattan remained shuttered due to flooding in the Canarsie Tunnel under the East River.

No word on when L service on the affected portion of the line will resume.

Joe Gonzalez November 07, 2012 at 09:22 PM
Thanks to City Councilmember Tish James for fighting tooth and nail to restore G train service!
Chicken Underwear November 08, 2012 at 11:41 AM
How can you tell if there are delays on the G
RockGin November 08, 2012 at 07:05 PM
No delays on the G service this morning going from Bed/Nostrand to Hoyt/Scherm. MTA is even adding in full size trains to offset the crowding...Whooo Hoooo...no more riding the "short bus" to work (for now)!


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