Public transportation updates

2:00 p.m. update:
Aside from delays on the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 lines, the subways, buses, bridges and tunnels are reporting good service.
LIRR trains are mostly reporting good service with a few lines experiencing delays and/or sparse cancellations.
The Metro-North is still running on a Sunday schedule with the exception of Pascack Valley and Port Jervis reporting good service. The New Haven Danbury and Waterbury lines however, have been suspended.

Airports are open following the winter storm. Check with your carrier for delays.
Due to signal problems at the 103rd Street-Corona Plaza Station, there is no Manhattan-bound 7 express service between the Flushing-Main Street Station and the 74th Street-Broadway Station.
Downtown E train service has resumed express service in Queens, uptown E trains will continue to run local.
Downtown F train service has resumed express service in Queens, uptown F trains will continue to run local in Queens.
Most Metro-North trains are running on Sunday schedules, with the exceptions of the New Haven Waterbury line, which has been suspended, and Pascack Valley, which is experiencing no service changes as of 7:30 a.m.
The LIRR Port Jefferson line has been suspended and other lines will operate a significantly reduced weekday AM Rush schedule. However, service may be temporarily suspended if snow continues to accumulate through morning service and accumulations reaches 10 to 13 inches.
Check mta.info for the latest in public transportation service.

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