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Most Area Mass Transit Back To Normal After Snowstorm Changes

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A subway stop at Union Square is covered in snow in on Nov. 7, 2012. (file/credit: Getty Images)

A subway stop at Union Square is covered in snow in on Nov. 7, 2012. (file/credit: Getty Images)

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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Most mass transit in the Tri-State Area was back to normal Saturday, just over a day after major changes were put into place due to the snowstorm.

The city’s subway system was again running on a regular schedule Saturday. All trains had been running local from Thursday night through Friday night.

Some lines that normally run express were still running local as of midday Saturday. The northbound No. 2 and 3 lines were running local between 14th and 96th streets, the northbound No. 5 and 6 lines were running local between 59th and 125th streets, and the Q Train was running local between 57th Street-Seventh Avenue and Canal Street in both directions.

As of Saturday morning, hundreds of employees were still removing snow and ice from station stairways and platforms.

The Metro-North Railroad and the Long Island Rail Road had also resumed normal service as of Saturday morning.

The LIRR will keep waiting rooms open all weekend to protect customers from the bitter cold.

NJ TRANSIT was also running on a normal weekend schedule.

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