MTA Weather Advisory
MTA Winter Storm Juno Update
MTA New York City Transit subway and bus service is operating on a Sunday schedule. The subway fleet was stored underground throughout the night and limited service was resumed on all lines at 8:42 a.m. Bus service is being restored incrementally and customers should be aware that some local detours may be in effect.
Throughout the City, officials of the Department of buses are surveying routes from end to end to make certain that road conditions are suitable for safety. While employee are working to clear ice and snow from subway station stairs and platforms, safety remains our highest priority customers should still walk with caution.
The Long Island Rail Road is restoring service on the Long Beach, Oyster Bay and Ronkonkoma branches. Trains will be running on a weekend schedule. Hourly service will resume shortly on the Babylon and Port Washington branches, along with hourly service between Penn Station and Hicksville.
Service will resume on the Far Rockaway and Hempstead branches after 3 PM.
Service on the following branches remains suspended while snow fighting efforts continue as a result of Winter Storm Juno:
East of Hicksville on the Port Jefferson branch,
West Hempstead Branch,
Montauk Branch east of Babylon
Greenport to Ronkonkoma
Metro-North has resumed service, operating a Sunday schedule on the Hudson, Harlem and New Haven Lines. Metro-North will operate a regular schedule on Wednesday, January 28. See our interactive schedules for train time details or refer to your printed timetables.
Customers who plan to travel on our trains are urged to continue to check this website and the news media outlets for service updates, as well as listen for station announcements, in the events of weather-related service issues.