Northbound B, 2 and 3 trains were seriously delayed this morning, again.
The northbound B train delays were caused by a signal problem at DeKalb Ave, and the 2 and 3 trains were delayed because of debris on the tracks at Eastern Parkway – Brooklyn Museum, MTA said.
MTA announced the northbound B train delay via Twitter at 7:35 a.m. The line resumed service about 40 minutes later around 8:11 a.m., according to another Tweet announcing that the signal had been fixed.
In recent years – and we are not saying that explains this weeks mayhem – wildlife has caused an ever-increasing number of disruptions on the subways. THECITY, in a fun post, reported that Raccoons accounted for a third of all animal-related delays in 2019. That number was up from 29 in 2018, and is nearly triple the figure in 2017.