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It's Gross Out There; Here's How to Get Around

Wednesday, February 05, 2014

Deliveries on Prince Street in SoHo continued as usual despite icy puddles on the streets and sidewalks, February 5, 2014. (Thalia Beaty/WNYC)

Put on your heavy boots; it's ugly outside following the snow, sleet and freezing rain. We've got all you need to know about transit, sanitation and more.

Subways are experiencing several delays and service changes. More information on subway, bus and rail delays and service changes can be found here.

NJ TRANSIT will offer system-wide cross-honoring due to the weather. More information on NJ Transit delays and service changes can be found here.

See our Transit Tracker below for regular updates on today's commute.

The New York City Office of Emergency Management (OEM) issued a Hazardous Travel Advisory for Wednesday. “If you do not need to use your car, don’t use your car," said Mayor Bill de Blasio. "If you can use mass transit, please use mass transit.”

Governors Cuomo and Christie declared states of emergency for New York and New Jersey.

The City Sanitation Department says it will work all night plowing and salting streets. Limited trash and recycling pickup will resume Thursday. Alternate Side Parking rules are suspended Thursday.

More information on today's weather and commute as it becomes available.

 

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Comments [4]

lesterine from manhattan

it would be nice if the photograph for this story were even slightly more visually compelling.
it's new york, after all.
isn't there anyone out there willing to take some visually interesting images for wnyc?
how about a photographic internship with sva or parsons?

Feb. 05 2014 08:21 PM
Janice from The Bronx

The #6 trains have been a mess! There is no express service. All trains are running local and of course are very crowded. I gave up on going to work today after letting four crowded trains go by. An announcement said the next train would not arrive for another 18 minutes ! No doubt that train would have been insanely crowded. Can't stand around all day trying to catch a train .

Feb. 05 2014 11:42 AM
Truth & Beauty from Brooklyn

It's okay to keep the schools open, but EVERYONE needs nice high galoshes to navigate the slush puddles.

DEPARTMENT OF SANITATION: Please don't plow snow over the storm drains. When the storm drains are blocked, we get slush puddles (ponds, lakes) around corners and down the block and people can't cross the street or get up onto the sidewalks. It's 2014 - how come you don't know this yet?

Feb. 05 2014 10:49 AM
puttycake from Montclair

Love this!

Feb. 05 2014 08:16 AM

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