An EVG reader passed along this photo from Union Square last evening showing more Hellish than usual lines for the L. (Gothamist has more on what happened here — rail conditions! signal problems! status quo!)
Meanwhile, the Post today examines new MTA stats and finds!
Subway riders are being squashed together on increasingly crowded trains, new data revealed Monday — and lack of basic manners getting in and out of cars is contributing to a spike in delays.
Weekdays trains experienced overcrowding delays a staggering 14,843 times in December — the most recent month where data was available.
That is a 113 percent increase from a year earlier.
One more stat from the article: "6 million people crammed into subway cars on 29 different days in 2014 — the most since the MTA started tracking ridership."