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Penn Station train service halted and delayed again, capping week of NYC commuter hell

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Penn Station train service halted and delayed again, capping week of NYC commuter hell

All aboard for commuter hell — again.

Penn Station commuters Friday morning saw service on NJ Transit and AMTRAK trains slow or stop altogether for the third time this week.

The frustrating snag hit NJ Transit trains about 7:45 a.m. as officials suspended service going in and out of the Midtown transit hub because of issues with AMTRAK’s overhead wires, the agency tweeted.

Service resumed just shy of three hours later, albeit with 45-minute delays, according to a tweet.

AMTRAK service at Penn Station was delayed by 60 minutes or more, the railroad company tweeted. Service was still snarled by delays as of midday Friday.

Kanesha Hayes, a 39-year-old sanitation worker, already got stranded at Penn Thursday in a 97-degree inferno packed with fellow passengers. She worried Friday morning that she’d be late for work.

“This is the worst I’ve seen it this year,” she told The Post.

Commuters got stranded in Penn Station for the third time this week.
Commuters got stranded in Penn Station for the third time this week. Matthew McDermott
A passenger hold a fan in a hot day inside Penn Station.
Some passengers complained the heat as their trains were delayed. Matthew McDermott

The snarled and slowed service capped a grueling week for commuters who travel in and out of Penn Station — a much-loathed transit hub that Gov. Kathy Hochul has called a “hell hole.”

Additional reporting by Zoe Hussain

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