NEW YORK â ???? The MTA announced the early closure of several transit services in New York on Monday when a nor’easter overturned the region with snow and wind

According to the interim MTA President Sarah Feinberg, the above-ground underground service would be suspended from 2:00 p.m. Monday Underground trains would continue to operate

MTA buses were still running, but were “suspended depending on the weather,” Gov Andrew Cuomo said

In addition, rail traffic between Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North would end early Monday afternoon due to the storm

The LIRR suspension should begin at 2:30 p.m. with the last trains departing between 2:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. According to the New York City Official Emergency Alert System, notify NYC

For U-Bahn-Nord lines, outgoing trains are suspended from 3 p.m., while incoming trains stop arriving at 2 p.m.End midnight, according to the MTA

The @MTA will shut down outdoor underground service from 2 p.m. Buses are now running but may be suspended depending on weather conditions @LIRR and @MetroNorth trains will be closed this afternoon NYers should also plan for road closures in Westchester and Long Island

The updates came when the Port Authority announced that PATH train service between New Jersey and New York would be suspended at 3:00 p.m. Monday due to weather conditions

The early closings are the latest in a long line of transit disruptions in the Three State Area


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