Gov. Andrew Cuomo and M.T.A. head Jay Walder announced that the subway system would begin to come back on line at 6:00 tomorrow morning.
They added however that service will be less frequent than normal, and customers should expect longer waits and more crowded trains. Frequency of service is expected to improve over the course of the day.
With the city being spared the worst of the storm, both Cuomo and Walder have come under some heat for shutting down the subway system, which in the end disrupted life in the city nearly as much as the storm did. In a statement, Cuomo defended the response. Read More