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Hurricane Sandy MTA service suspensions

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The entire MTA system has been shut down because of Hurricane Sandy.

NYC Subways

7:00PM (Sunday) - beginning of the curtailment of service. From 5:00 PM until the suspension is complete, station agents will cross honor Metro-North and LIRR tickets.

Metro-North Railroad

7:00PM (Sunday) - last train to leave Grand Central Terminal. From 5:00 PM until the suspension is complete, Metro-North will cross-honor NYC Transit MetroCards for trips within New York City. 

Long Island Rail Road

7:00PM (Sunday) - last train to leave Penn Station. From 5:00 PM until the suspension is complete, the LIRR will cross-honor NYC Transit MetroCards for trips within New York City. 

NYC Buses

9:00PM (Sunday) - beginning of curtailment of bus service. Until the suspension is complete, bus operators will cross-honor Metro-North and LIRR tickets. 

Bridges & Tunnels

Will close on a case-by-case basis as winds become dangerous; at sustained winds of 60 MPH or more, the bridges will close. 

Staten Island Railway

Will continue to operate until the Staten Island Ferry suspends service and it is safe to operate trains. 

Access-A-Ride

Outbound trips were scheduled only until 12 noon; return trips will continue until 5:00PM. Any previously scheduled trips after that time, including subscription trips, are canceled.

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