Update (4:04 p.m.): The MTA says that service through DeKalb has been restored. All B, D, N, Q and R trains are running normally right now.
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Update (1:30 p.m.): Due to a derailment of a work train at DeKalb Ave., the MTA is reporting a series of major service changes along the B, D and Q lines. The following changes are in effect as of 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday. Crews are working to rerail the train and inspect the track for damages. The MTA hopes to have normal service restored by rush hour. However, customers traveling around Brooklyn should check MTA.info for the latest.
- B service is suspended in both directions between Brighton Beach and Bedford Park Boulevard.
- D service is rerouted via the local track between 145th St and 59th Street – Columbus Circle.
- Brooklyn-bound D service is being rerouted via the F between West 4th Street and Coney Island – Stillwell Avenue.
- Brooklyn-bound N rerouted on the R line between Canal Street and DeKalb Ave. In Brooklyn, some N trains are running along the D line between 36th St and Coney Island – Stillwell Avenue.
Please expect delays in service on the A, B, C, D, F, N and R trains at this time.
Leave plenty of time to travel this morning and take alternate routes where possible. I’ll update this post as more information comes in.