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Transit to implement inclement weather plan again

by Benjamin Kabak

Just a brief heads up for those still on traveling as snow continues to flutter: New York City Transit will be implementing its inclement weather plan again tonight. For more info on the service changes, check out yesterday’s summary. The B, V and W will all end early, and most routes will run local for all or part of their runs. Transit urges straphangers to allow extra time for travel and to tread carefully in wet and icy subway stations.

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Scott E February 10, 2010 - 9:06 pm

Actually, as of now, there’s a message on MTA.info, posted sometime within the past hour, that says “As the severe weather front winds down in the metropolitan region overnight, ALL MTA subways, buses, railroads, bridges and tunnels will be operating normally or near normally and will continue to operate normally through the morning rush.”

Good luck to everyone getting to work tomorrow!

rhywun February 10, 2010 - 9:10 pm

It’s sure a lot worse out now (9PM) than it was 24 hours ago. I can’t imagine that any of those lines are running “normally” right now. Maybe by the morning.

Benjamin Kabak February 11, 2010 - 12:31 am

Just to be clear, it’s normal within the guidelines of the inclement weather policy. Tomorrow, everything should be back to normal. But man, are the trains moving slowly tonight.

Kai B February 11, 2010 - 12:29 am

Still got home normally – Aside from the “extra” weekday lines mentioned above, everything seemed to go well.

rhywun February 11, 2010 - 11:02 pm

I ride the R so it was business as usual for me. One of the (very) few benefits of the R is it’s completely underground. Slow and not especially frequent, but more or less reliable.


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