NYC Subway Cuts Train Frequency Amid COVID Surge

The Insider reports:

Subway services across New York City are set to run less frequently from Monday to Thursday as COVID-19 cases swell.

The New York City Transit Authority, a division of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, said on Sunday that subways would be less frequent and passengers may have to wait longer for their train. It advised people to check travel information in advance.

In a tweet announcing the scheduling changes, NYCTA said that it had been “affected by the COVID surge,” without elaborating.

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