The Official NY Area Transit Tracker

Sunday, November 04, 2012 - 10:44 AM

Hurricane Sandy wrought havoc on all area transportation, closing bridges, flooding tunnels and drowning the NYC subway system. We will stay on top of the damage and the schedules for resumption of service. Check back regularly. We'll also tweet any openings, so follow us on Twitter to know when we update the Tracker below.

MTA Metro-North Railroad employees using a crane to remove a boat that had washed up on the tracks at Ossining. (Photo courtesy of MTA)


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Comments [5]

Alex Goldmark

The transit tracker has all the latest info.

Nov. 04 2012 03:30 PM

As NYC transit situation changes fairly often, while reports from several days ago are still up on site, it would be very helpful to have reports and maps stamped with correct date and time -- currently what seems a current update report (for 11/4) is dated 10/28, while most recent Transit Tracker subway map is not dated at all. Thanks.

Nov. 04 2012 12:23 PM

Traveling to NY to go Flushing and Bronx in december. Would you recommend LaGuardia airport or JFK?

Nov. 03 2012 06:10 PM
Transportation visakhapatnam

We will stay on top of the damage and the schedules for resumption of service. Check back regularly. We’ll also tweet any openings.

Nov. 02 2012 08:34 AM

This is a GREAT site - thank you for the clear and updated information!

Nov. 01 2012 11:15 AM

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