According to the governor’s website, the following outdoor subway lines are now running, though in many cases with less trains than normal.
- 1 train in the Bronx and Manhattan
- 2 train in the Bronx
- 3 train in Manhattan and Brooklyn
- 4 train in the Bronx
- 5 train in the Bronx
- 6 train in the Bronx
- 7 train in Queens
- D train in Brooklyn
- F train in Brooklyn
- G train in Brooklyn
- J train in Brooklyn and Queens
- M train in Brooklyn and Queens
- A train to Lefferts Blvd (currently terminates at Euclid Ave)
- N train to Astoria Ditmars Blvd (currently terminates at Lexington Ave/59 St)
The following lines are closed as they still require intensive snow-clearing work.
- A train in the Rockaways (Rockaway Line)
- Q train in Brooklyn (Brighton Beach Line)
- N train in Brooklyn (Sea Beach Line)
- L train to Broadway Junction (currently terminates at Myrtle Wyckoff Aves)
- S Franklin Avenue Shuttle
- Staten Island Railway
You can check information about your subway line at mta.info.
Bus service is running, but expect delays and route changes because of the snow. You can use the MTA Bus Time real-time tracker at bustime.mta.info to monitor buses on your route.
According to the update issued by Gov. Cuomo, “MTA Metro-North Railroad will begin restoring service at outlying stations after 12 noon, and will be fully operational in and out of Grand Central Terminal by 3 pm, operating on a Sunday schedule.”
Service on the Long Island Railroad is still suspended. According to Cuomo’s update, crews are working throughout Sunday to restore service “focusing on the most heavily-traveled branches first, with a goal of bringing back service for the Monday morning rush.”