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Finding transit information on the storm


LIRR

There is no train service east of Ronkonkoma and east of Speonk on Wednesday morning. Buses replace trains.

The LIRR may suspend service as necessary when 10 to 13 inches or more of snow accumulates on tracks. Priority will be given to maintaining service on the Babylon, Huntington, Port Washington and Ronkonkoma lines.

Customers are advised to check mta.info for up-to-date and accurate scheduling info. In past snowstorms, electronic signs at stations have shown incorrect scheduling information or no information at all.


Buses

MTA buses, including Long Island Bus, may alter and even eliminate routes as necessary, particularly on "tertiary roads" and side streets.

Suffolk County Transit bus officials advised customers to expect a 5 a.m. decision about a systemwide service suspension on Wednesday. If there is a suspension, bus service may resume in the afternoon depending on conditions. Customers should call 631-852-5200 or see sct-bus.org.

Hampton Jitney bus officials advise customers to expect delays and cancellations Wednesday. Customers should call 631-283-4600 or see hamptonjitney.com.


Subways

Some express train service could be affected Wednesday morning as subway trains were expected to be laid up on available tracks overnight to protect them from the snow.

Some subway service could be suspended if snow accumulations hamper trains' ability to make contact with the electrified third rail.


Other

MTA paratransit bus services, including Nassau's Able-Ride program, are canceled Wednesday except for medically necessary trips.

Amtrak's Empire Service from Penn Station to Albany will operate but on a reduced "snow schedule." Trains will run every two hours rather than every hour.

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