Study finds train times slower in 2016 than previous years

A new study by the State Comptroller's Office

A new study by the State Comptroller's Office found that subway wait times are getting worse compared to times in 2013 and 2014.

BROOKLYN - A new study by the State Comptroller's Office found that subway wait times are getting worse compared to times in 2013 and 2014.

The study found that 83 percent of all trains system wide arrived within their target times in 2013.

However, the number fell to 78 percent in 2014.

The study also found the 5 and A trains had the worst on time performance.

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