- All MTA agencies have activated winter weather plans to keep tracks and platforms clear and safe. During the storm, we urge all of our customers to take extra care when traveling. Stay clear of the platform edges, use handrails on staircases and walk carefully when entering or exiting stations and boarding or leaving trains and buses.
- All MTA agencies will run a normal schedule. NYC Transit will store trains underground so some express service will run local (see below).
Operating a normal AM Peak service this morning. Customers are advised to allow extra travel time and use caution when traveling during the storm
Operating a regular weekday schedule for this morning's rush hour. West-of-Hudson Customers should visit NJ TRANSIT for travel information and current service status.
Subway service will operate on a normal rush hour schedule this morning. However there may be some residual delays on express service as a result of trains being stored underground overnight to avoid equipment damage. In addition, NYC Transit has cancelled all planned subway service changes through midday Friday.
The 3 and Q trains are running local
Bus service will operate normally on all NYC and MTA bus routes. Depending on road conditions, there may be weather-related delays in some areas. NYC Transit is working with the Department of Sanitation to minimize those disruptions.
Access-A-Ride customers may experience additional travel and wait time. Depending on conditions, customers may want to reconsider travel, unless medically necessary.
Long Island Bus:
Bus service will operate normally on all routes. Depending on road conditions, there may be weather-related delays in some areas.
Able-Ride customers may experience additional travel and wait time. Depending on conditions, customers may want to reconsider travel, unless medically necessary.
MTA Bridges and Tunnels:
If you must drive, motorists are urged to drive at reduced speeds on wet roadways, leave space between cars and allow extra travel time if you must drive during inclement weather. Bridges and Tunnels has 100 pieces of snow-fighting equipment available, including 45 trucks with high-tech sensors that can help detect icing conditions on entrance and exit ramps, as well as de-icer loaded and ready to battle the storm.
Please allow extra time for travel during the storm and continue to check MTA.info for the latest service updates.
- NJ TRANSIT will offer full systemwide cross-honoring all day, enabling customers to use their ticket or pass on an alternate travel mode-rail, bus or light rail.
- NJ TRANSIT rail and light rail are operating a regular weekday schedule.
- Bus customers may experience delays, detours or service suspensions on certain routes in the event of significant snowfall.
-Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch has declared a snow emergency beginning at 5 a.m. through 7 p.m.
- NYC will make use of the SCOUT teams and GPS units during plowing.
- Alternate Side Parking Regulations are suspended citywide Friday, Jan. 21, 2011, to facilitate snow removal.
- Payment at parking meters will remain in effect throughout the City.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT MASS TRANSIT: