Subways running local, commuter trains on weekend schedules

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NEW YORK (PIX11/AP) — All New York City subways are running local for the start of the morning rush.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo says local service will remain in effect until all the trains are moved from express tracks where they were stored underground overnight.

Buses will run at about 85 percent capacity. All tires have been equipped with chains but riders should expect delays due to snowy road conditions.

LIRR is operating on a weekend schedule. There is no service between Greenport and Ronkonkoma; bus service will be provided between the two points. There’s no service on the West Hempstead branch.

Metro-North is running on a Saturday schedule.

All MTA bridges and tunnels remain open.

The Haverstraw-Ossining and Newburgh-Beacon ferries are not operating. Hudson Rail Link is operating on a special schedule.

At New York City Transit, trains are underground and parked along express tracks to protect them from the storm.

Starting at 5:45 p.m., service started running local on the A, B, D, E, F, N, Q, Z, 2,3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 lines.

Metro-North is running a Saturday schedule and LIRR has implemented a weekend schedule. Specific railroad information is here.

For up-to-date service information, visit MTA.info.