Hurricane Sandy update: Metro-North, MTA suspends service
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The MTA herded its Metro-North trains to storage yards, positioned backhoes and cranes to help secure 800 miles of tracks and began the process of buttoning down Grand Central Terminal and the outlying stations Sunday night in a bid to blunt the fury of Hurricane Sandy.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo directed the MTA to begin the shutdown of bus, subway and commuter rail lines as the storm churned up the...