With Thursday’s snow behind us, it’s back to work and school for many New Yorkers today, so here is what the morning rush looks like so far.
MTA subways are running on normal schedules, though there were a few hiccups to start the day on the 6 line, thanks to a signal problem at Spring Street.
The Long Island Rail Road is still operating with the reduced service that was put into effecton Thursday, running 135 rush-hour trains, nine less than normal. Delays of at least 10 minutes are expected.
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Cancellations and service changes, including extra stops, are in effect for city-bound trains out of Port Jefferson, Ronkonkoma, Babylon, Hempstead, Long Beach and Far Rockaway through mid-morning.
New Jersey Transit trains are running with 15-minute delays system-wide.
There are also detours and delays on several MTA bus lines in Brooklyn, the Bronx and Queens.
For the most up-to-date information, visit mta.info.