Snow Day: What you need to know about NYC schools, subways, parking
It’s predicted to be a slushy day in New York City with snow, sleet and rain expected to continue until 5 a.m. Wednesday. City officials warn that today’s commute will be “nasty” and the mayor urged New Yorkers yesterday to “Stay home if you can.” But if you’ve got to drudge out into the frigid streets today, find everything you need to know below.
- Public schools are open.
- After school programs are open, but field trips requiring yellow buses are cancelled.
- At press time, no subway lines were operating with delays.
- Check here for the latest MTA service announcements.
- Alternate side parking is canceled for Lincoln’s Birthday.
- Garbage and recycling will not be collected, which is also because of Lincoln’s Birthday.
- Track the Sanitation Department’s progress plowing the roads on the PlowNYC tracker.
We’ll be resharing your photos of the predicted snow, and spreading the word about subway service issues, throughout the day – just find us on Instagram or Twitter and use the hashtag #EagleSnow to send us a photo or subway snafu. Also, reach us at [email protected].
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