NY TRAVEL UPDATE: Public Transit Being Restored in NYC; Some Upstate Highways Closed

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A tractor trailer travels on New York State Thruway near Nyack, New York, earlier Tuesday. Tractor-trailers have now been banned from the Thruway during the snowstorm. (Reuters/Mike Segar)

Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced updated travel and transportation advisories for New York City and State, due to Tuesday’s snowstorm:

— Above-ground New York City train service will resume service at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday. (Underground subway service has been running throughout the day.) Express subway service will resume at 7:00 a.m. Wednesday

— Metro-North Railroad will resume limited hourly service from 6:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. on the Hudson, Harlem and New Haven Lines

— Local and express New York City bus service is running but limited service has been suspended, according to the MTA. All service is will begin running normally on Wednesday at 5:00 a.m.
— Staten Island Railway service has been fully restored.

— Long Island Railroad is running on a normal schedule, with scattered delays.

— Access-a-Ride has already begun taking reservations for tomorrow’s commute.
— I-84 is closed from the Pennsylvania Border to Connecticut Border.

— There is a tractor-trailer ban on I-87 from Albany to the Canadian border.

— There is a tractor-trailer ban on I-81, I-86/Route 17, I-88 and the Thruway.

— There is a full travel ban in Broome County.