Transit A, C train service resumes after work train is removed from Cranberry Tube, MTA says Southbound A and C train service had been suspended in Manhattan south of West Fourth Street-Washington Square, the MTA said. Southbound A and C trains resumed service in lower Manhattan after a suspension Friday morning, the MTA said. Photo Credit: Samantha Wieder By Nicole Brown firstname.lastname@example.org Updated August 3, 2018 9:36 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Southbound A and C train service was suspended or rerouted in lower Manhattan for several hours Friday morning because of a work train with mechanical problems, the MTA said. Service changes on the A and C lines were first reported shortly after 5 a.m., and normal service was resuming at about 9 a.m., the agency said. Extensive delays were expected to continue. The work train was stuck in the Cranberry Tube between Manhattan and Brooklyn. “The first rescue train is arriving to pull the stalled work train from the tube between Manhattan and Brooklyn,” the MTA tweeted at about 7:50 a.m. “This effort may require two rescue trains because of the weight of the diesel engines and the cars carrying continuous welded rail. We will keep you updated.” It was removed about an hour later. By Nicole Brown email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.