Sunday, August 28, 2011

Mass transit should be up and running tomorrow morning

From WPIX:

Service Plan for Monday Morning

Subways: With limited exceptions, service will resume across the subway system at 6:00 a.m. Monday morning. Service will be less frequent than normal, and customers should expect longer waits and more crowded trains. Frequency of service will improve over the course of the day.

3 trains will operate between 137th Street/City College and New Lots Avenue; Substitute bus service will be provided between Harlem 148th Street and 135th Street connecting with the 2 train.
C trains suspended; A trains will make all local stops from 207th St. to Lefferts Blvd.
No service in the Rockaways. (Rockaway Blvd. to Far Rockaway and Rockaway Park)
6 trains runs local in the Bronx
7 trains run local
S Franklin Avenue Shuttle (FAS) Suspended
N trains terminate at Kings Highway. Shuttle bus service between Kings Highway and Stillwell Terminal.
The Staten Island Railway will resume normal service at midnight tonight.

Buses: Limited bus service was restored in all five boroughs of New York City earlier this evening. Service levels will continue to increase but may not reach normal levels tomorrow.

Bridges and Tunnels: All MTA Bridges and Tunnels are open as of 7:00 p.m.


Anonymous said...

Nice going Bloomturd. Keep confusing people with different announcements.

Queens Crapper said...

Actually, this is the MTA and Jay Walder, not Bloomberg.

fiscus1 said...

I'm still waiting to hear what they're going to do to compensate people with unlimited Metrocards for the time the system wasn't operating.

Anonymous said...

Actually, it was a smart precaution. If the subways were still running and they flooded, imagine how many people could have been hurt or killed. Ten we wouldn't have had service for days or weeks. I'm not going to blast Bloomberg or the MTA on this one.

Anonymous said...

First time the transit system has been shut down since it's inception! Nice going Bloombird.