NEW YORK (CBS New York) — Frozen rain, sleet and ice are turning the Tri-State area into a skating rink for both drivers and pedestrians.
Several highways have already seen problems due to chain reaction crashes (click here to check Traffic & Transit). A hazardous travel advisory was issued Tuesday by the New York City Office of Emergency Management. Alternate side parking regulations are suspended in the city. Meter rules are still in effect.READ MORE: New Surveillance Video Shows Suspect Who Allegedly Shot Teen Getting On City Bus In Harlem
The MTA worked to get ahead of the dangerous conditions using de-icers to prevent a build-up of sleet and freezing rain on the rails. Commuters are facing some changes Wednesday.
Normal rush hour service. Weather-related delays expected. Allow extra travel time. More >>
Normal service. Planned service changes are canceled. Allow extra travel time. More >>
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New Haven Line customers should expect crowded trains and delays due to severe and ongoing weather-related equipment shortages.
Waterbury Branch substitute bus service is suspended due to weather-related road conditions.
The Newburgh-Beacon and Haverstraw-Ossining Ferries will continue to be replaced by substitute bus service.
Long Island Rail Road:
Trains following a weekend schedule, but peak fares remain in effect. No train service to Hunterspoint Avenue or Long Island City. New York City Transit will cross-honor LIRR tickets at Woodside Station for 7 train subway service. More >>
Northeast Corridor service has resumed normal schedule between Trenton and New York. Bus service systemwide is subject to delays and detours due to local road conditions. Hudson-Bergen Light Rail service is subject to up to 15-minute delays due to weather conditions. More >>
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Extensive delays between New York and Philadelphia due to earlier power and signal problems in New Jersey. More >>