MTA Service Advisory
- Bridges & Tunnels
For your safety, always:
- Listen for announcements at stations and on board trains, when traveling.
- Watch your step and for icy conditions in station parking lots, sidewalks, stairs, and platforms. Ice forms more quickly on train platforms than on other surfaces. Even if a platform looks clear, it can have icy patches.
- Use stair handrails. Water dripping from coats, boots, and umbrellas can ice up with the slightest temperature drop, making stairs very slippery. A firm grip on a handrail can prevent serious injury.
- Watch for slippery conditions, even after you board your train. Snow, slush, and ice from boots make train floors slippery.
- Avoid moving from car to car, due to the existence of icy conditions between cars.
- Use caution driving to and from stations.
There are no weather-related or emergency disruptions of MTA service at this time.
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