Study Claims F Train Is Most Delayed Subway Line in NYC

The MTA has brushed the study off, saying it offers an inaccurate portrayal of subway delays.

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According to a new study, the most frequently delayed New York City subway line is none other than the F train

NBC New York reports that passenger advocacy group the NYPIRG Straphangers Campaign released the report today, which revealed that the MTA sent out 3,998 "controllable delay" alerts last year, a 35 percent spike over the 2,967 that went out in 2011. The F got, well, "effed," so to speak: 


The MTA scoffed at this of course, saying it's based solely on electronic alerts: 


It hasn't been a good couple of weeks for the F train. At all. Enjoy that commute home.

[via NBC New York]

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