MTA restores the service after 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and the Grand Central-42 St S train was suspended in both directions.
Update: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and Grand Central-42 St S trains are suspended in both directions while we work to resolve a network communication problem affecting the service.
Passengers can see a station agent for a passport for continued bus or train service.
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MTA said someone stuck on a train should stay there. They work as quickly as possible to bring customers into stations safely.
Some passengers reported that the suspension on numbered lines caused a load on other train lines.
Mayor de Blasio said that MTA owes each New Yorker an explanation.
"This type of melting under a heat wave is unacceptable," they said Blasio. "We have known about this dangerous weather for several days. There is no excuse for why they are not prepared."
NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer also called the situation "totally unacceptable."
"The service is suspended and platforms are New York cannot work like this," says Stringer.
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