Oct 30, 2012

NYC Hurricane Sandy Updates

Updates from New York City:
  • Power - It is uncertain when power will be restored, but given the extensive impacts to the system, it will likely be at least a few days for the majority of the power to be restored by Con Edison
  • Transportation o Partial bus service resume later today
    o Staten Island Ferry service will likely not resume for a few days, although East River Ferry service will likely resume earlier
    o Extensive flooding in tunnels, tracks, and stations exist in the subway system, particularly in the East River Crossings.  Subway service will likely be restored on a piecemeal basis.
    o The Mayor has signed an executive order to allow taxi cabs to pick up multiple faires and for livery cabs to pick up street hails anywhere in the 5 boroughs. 
  • Schools are closed tomorrow


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