All LIRR service to be restored Tuesday morning

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

Long Island Rail Road will resume service system-wide Tuesday morning, the MTA announced.

The LIRR president said Monday night, that the railroad will resume service system-wide for tomorrow morning’s rush hour.

The railroad has been dealing with problems since the snow storm, but the MTA said thousands of LIRR and state workers cleared the five remaining branches left snow-bound after the blizzard.

According to the MTA, trains will be running again on the Long Beach, Hempstead, Far Rockaway and West Hempstead branches as well as the Atlantic branch from Jamaica to Atlantic Terminal in Brooklyn.

 “We expect to have all segments of all branches operating Tuesday morning, but customers should allow extra travel time and check for the potential for weather-related delays before traveling,” said the MTA.

LIRR tells it’s customers to check the MTA website for the status of all trains and all other services.