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MTA Restoring Service To Subway Lines Temporarily Suspended During COVID Surge

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) -- The MTA is restoring several subway lines that were temporarily suspended due to a crew shortage during the surge of Omicron cases in the city.

Service on the B, Z and J lines will resume Wednesday, along with the Rockaway Park A trains and the 6 and 7 express trains.

The W line remains suspended.

The MTA says no stations lost subway service as a result of the suspensions.

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