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mark1447

Issues on (1)/(7)/(N)/(D)/Jamaica Buses

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Service Alert

 

Posted on:10/29/2008 7:25:21AM

 

Following an earlier incident, (1), (N) and, (7)<7> train service has resumed with residual delays.

 

I know signal problems happen, but I just left it here, but I wont post signal issues if its by itself

 

In addition, due to signal problems at the DeKalb Avenue Station, please expect delays in (D) train service.

 

Also, due to a Fire Department of NY activity in the area of Main Street and Roosevelt Avenue:

 

The following buses are being detoured:

 

Q44 (Northbound)-regular route via Main Street, left on Sandford, right on College Point Boulevard, right on Roosevelt Avenue, left on Prince, left on 38th Avenue, left on Main Street, right on Northern Boulevard, left on Union then regular.

 

Q44 (Southbound)-regular route via Union Street, right on Sandford, left on Main Street then regular

 

Q12, Q15 and Q26 (Eastbound)- regular route, right on Union, left Roosevelt Avenue then regular

 

Q12, Q15 and Q26 (Westbound)- regular route via Roosevelt Avenue, right on Union, left on 37th Avenue, left on 138th Street, left on 39th Avenue then regular

 

Q17 and Q27 (Northbound)- regular route via Kissena Boulevard, left on Sandford, right on College Point, left on Prince, right on 38th Avenue, right on Main Street then regular

 

Q17 and Q27 (Southbound)- regular route on Main Street, right on 39th Avenue, left on Prince Street, left on 40th Road, right on Main Street then regular

 

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Now how can the (D) be delayed if it and the (N) doesnt stop there during daytime, only the (:D/(Q6) does............

Unless there is a signal issue nea the Dekalb juction(if thats whats its called), thats causing a problem for the (D) to switch to 4th ave line

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