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Monday, December 27, 2010

Bronx Transit Snow Updates

Hopefully you are reading this at home with a hot cup of something tasty -- and MTA and city officials are officially encouraging everyone to do so. But if you are an intrepid soul or just really need to get somewhere (like if you're wife's giving birth or something equally urgent), here's the latest on everything Bronx transit related, as of 12:03 p.m.:

--Airports: The metro area's three major airports -- JFK, LaGuardia and Newark -- remain shut down.

--Subways and Trains (go to mta.info for all the latest updates):

Metro-North's Hudson, Harlem and New Haven lines have been suspended.

Delays are expected on all train lines throughout the borough and region.

B train service is suspended between Bedford Park Blvd. station and Brighton Beach (pretty much the whole line).

The D train is running its regular route through the Bronx and Manhattan, but is not running from 36th Street to Coney Island in Brooklyn.

Uptown service on the 2 train is running express from the 180th Street station to the Wakefield/241st Street station.

Downtown 1 train is bypassing Dyckman station.

5 train service has been suspended between the East 180th Street Station and the Eastchester-Dyre Avenue Station.

--Buses are experiencing major delays all over the borough and city, and many side streets remain covered in thick snow.

Again, stay home unless, of course, your wife is about to go into labor, which, hopefully, she won't until the streets clear up.

City Room is doing some fun and informative live blogging of the snow aftermath.

And send us your snow photos: bronxnewsnetwork@gmail.com.


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