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Depature board at Metro-North Railroad New Haven Line Stamford station - Nov. 1, 2012 (credit: Paul Murnane / WCBS 880)

Gov. Cuomo Announces Additional Mass Transit Restoration Plans

Crews are quickly working to get rail networks back on track following the devastating toll Superstorm Sandy took on New York City Transit and parts of the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad.


The turnstile at 116th and Broadway subway stop with a sign offering free rides on Nov. 1, 2012. It was the first day subway service was restored. (credit: Jesse Zanger/CBSNewYork.com)

Limited Subway Service Running Again With Shuttle Buses After Sandy

New Yorkers continue to face obstacles as they try to return to pre-Sandy routines three days after the superstorm slammed the city.


Water breaches sand dunes in Belmar, NJ as Hurricane Sandy approaches on Monday, Oct. 29, 2012 (credit: Kathryn Brown/CBS 2)

Sandy Makes Landfall, Devastates Many Areas Of New Jersey

Wind gusts up to 89 mph were reported in Surf City on Long Beach Island, after Sandy made landfall.