Long Island Rail Road resumes service, more transit info after Nor’Easter Tri-State covers

NEW YORK (WABC) – The LIRR resumed regular train service Sunday morning a day after the commuter rail system suspended service ahead of a nor’easter winter.

The LIRR urges customers to be extra careful on platforms and to hold onto handrails when using stairs, as surfaces can be slippery.

Railway officials said crews worked through the night to clear ice from tracks and platforms.

The Metro-North Railroad said it operates a regular Sunday schedule on all branches.

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The MTA said southbound A/D trains resumed express service in Manhattan after the authority stored trains on the expressway during the storm.

The New York City Transit Authority said it is operating as many services as possible with the bus operators it has available, presumably some drivers are away due to COVID-19 while others may have difficulty getting to the bus. work because of the snow.

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All New Jersey Trasit bus, rail, light rail, and Access Link services operate on regular schedules.

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