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MTA urges New Yorkers to leave work early and stay inside

January 21, 2014 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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On its website, MTA.info, the MTA posted its snowstorm update, urging “customers to leave work early today and finish traveling early tonight.”

Weather delays are expected on all forms of New York City transit and express subway service will be “curtailed” after the evening rush, the MTA said. Buses will run at 80-90 percent capacity and there may be some suspensions.

Some of the outdoor subway lines, including the 5, N, Q and A lines, may be suspended if the conditions get dangerously severe. “While the underground portions of the system remain unaffected during snowstorms, there are nearly 220 miles of outdoor track throughout the boroughs,” the MTA said. 

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For the latest up-to-date information on transit updates, we encourage you to head to MTA.info and press the refresh button when you’re feeling anxious.


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