Critics bash Gov. Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio for travel ban

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NEW YORK (PIX11)-- New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio both announced the entire subway system and various state systems have shut down Monday evening, but the question of when it will open again is the main concern of many commuters.

Cuomo and de Blasio shut down the subway system effective at 11 p.m.

In addition, local, state and city roads have been shut down to all but emergency vehicles.

This is the first major snowstorm to arrive in 2015 and it has paralyzed much of the city.

No buses, no trains or cabs are available until further notice.

Even though officials haven't said when it will reopen or when the worst of the storm will subside, Twitter users have already started expressing their anger.

Some people feel the Mayor and the Governor overreacted on this one.

Many commuters are not happy about it.

There are also people that defend the city's and state's actions.

For now, there is a travel ban in effect and should be exercised for precautionary reasons.