A train derailment in Brooklyn Friday morning is the latest issue in a long week of commuting issues thousands of New Yorkers faced.
MTA officials said the second car of a southbound Q train derailed near Brighton Beach, ABC7 reported. There were about 100 passengers on board, and no injuries have been reported.
Following the incident, several service changes are in effect:
• Southbound Q trains are running on the N line from Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center to Coney Island-Stillwell Avenue
• Some southbound Q trains are terminating at Kings Highway
• B trains in both directions are running from 145th to Kings Highway and terminating.
• There are no B trains running in either direction between Kings Highway and Coney Island-Stillwell Avenue.
• Commuters can take C or D trains for service between the Bronx and Manhattan
• In Brooklyn, B16, B41 and B68 buses are making nearby station stops
The latest information about service changes along the B and Q lines due to a derailment at Brighton Beach. pic.twitter.com/k9TUMuPVo4
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