Day two of Snowmageddonis upon us. Are you prepared? Some people will be enjoying fun snow day while other’s will have to work from home. And there are those people who have to make their way in to the office. Good luck with that.
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School closures, late openings and early dismissals in theNew York City area,click here.
School closures, late openings and early dismissals in theBoston and New Englandarea,click here.
School closures, late openings and early dismissals in thePhiladelphiaarea,click here.
All Boston Public Schools are closed Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan 27-28. School buses will not be running. Check our web site for more…
— BostonPublicSchools (@BostonSchools) January 26, 2015
— NYC Public Schools (@NYCSchools) January 26, 2015
Due to weather reports, the SDP will be closed for students & staff on Tuesday, January 27. #SnowDay
— Philadelphia Schools (@PhillyEducation) January 27, 2015
From MTA: With the lifting of the travel ban, all nine MTA Bridge & Tunnel facilities are now open to passenger vehicular traffic.
MTA Long Island Rail Road, MTA Metro-NorthRailroad, MTA NYC Transit Bus and Subway Service — including Staten Island Railway (SIR) will be gradually restored this morning. All service will operate on a Sunday schedule for today, Tuesday, January 27th. Final assessments on the bus, rail and subway network are being performed in anticipation of the restoration of service.
Service will operate on a full weekday schedule on Wednesday, January 28th.
For more information,visit www.mta.info
All service has been suspended for Tuesday, January 27, 2015. Visithttp://www.mbta.com/winter/ for more information.
Regional Rail: Running on Saturday Schedule
Market Frankford & Broad Street Lines:
Trains will stop at all Stations Tuesday. No A or B service.
Visit:http://www.septa.org/realtime/status/system-status.shtml for real-time status updates.
All flights have been cancelled at JFK, LaGuardia, Philadelphia International, and Boston Logan.
For more information:
Many flights have been cancelled across the country as a result of the major snowstorm taking over the East Coast.
Flightaware.comhas a very useful flight tracking widget that allows you to see which airports around the country have the most closures and delays. To use the map, click on an airport to see how many delays and closures there are at that locaiton.
PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT STATEMENT ON WINTER STORM OPERATIONS… pic.twitter.com/YFHqULHRgx
— PHLAirport (@PHLAirport) January 27, 2015
As you would imagine, it is difficult getting around town by car. If you can avoid using a car all together, we suggest you do so.
Visit these sites to learn the latest information regarding travel and road closures due to the storm.