Commuters using mass transit can expect delays and schedule changes after up to 13 inches of snow fell on the New York metropolitan area.
The snow came early and started sticking sooner than many drivers in Bergen County expected.
Transit agencies are stepping up their snow response as a storm predicted to bring between 8 to 12 inches of the white stuff slams the Tri-State area.
The accident occurred around 9 a.m. Monday at the Hollywood Avenue crossing in Ho-Ho-Kus. The cause of the collision was not immediately clear, but an investigation was continuing.
The “Getting to the Game” website offers an interactive map showing real-time traffic delays in the area of MetLife Stadium. It also includes links to travel information from NJ TRANSIT and the Port Authority.
An NJ TRANSIT train was halted for an hour and a half Tuesday night after hitting a car in Elmwood Park, N.J.
There have been numerous accidents reported on the southbound lanes of the Palisades Parkway near the George Washington Bridge.
The transit agency said it is coming up with a way to redesign its existing county yard facility along the Northeast Corridor, south of New Brunswick, to turn it into a train storage and re-inspection facility.
The Tri-State area is facing another frigid cold day, but temperatures are warmer Wednesday than the record-breaking lows that left the region in a deep freeze Tuesday.
The train left about 1,000 passengers stranded for nearly two hours on cars without power or heat on an extremely frigid night.
The high in New York City Tuesday is expected to be 10 degrees, but wind chills will make it feel more like minus 10.
An NJ TRANSIT train was stranded with no power or operational heat for nearly two hours Tuesday, after live power wires came down on the train and caused delays of up to 45 minutes on several lines.
A look at transit- and traffic-related changes related to Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s extreme cold front:
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.
Bedford Park in the Bronx was on record with the highest snow total at 11.6 inches, according to the National Weather Service. Central Park recorded 6 inches of snow.