You're not imagining it — your commute has been off the rails recently.
Delays increased on most subway lines in 2014, with about 20 percent of all trains on the tracks arriving late to their stations and medium and major delays increasing sharply, according to MTA records.
The problem was the worst on the 5 train, which saw 32 percent of its trains delayed.
The news coincides with a fare increase this past weekend, taking the basic fare on the system to $2.75.
Experts are divided on what's been bringing your ride to a screeching halt, with MTA officials pointing to a surge in ridership and commuter advocates blaming a lack of funding for needed infrastructure repairs.
Hmmm...surge in ridership? So we shouldn't have been upzoning all those areas near a subway?