NEW YORK — Henri walloped New York this weekend, bringing heavy rain and damaging winds that caused transit disruptions in the area.
With Henri projected to make landfall near Long Island on Sunday, MTA officials preemptively suspended some train service on the eastern end of the island. The MTA also suspended some train service on the Metro-North Railroad.
Flash flooding and fallen tree branches in New York City on Saturday night temporarily caused service changes on several lines.
Scroll down to learn more about service changes affecting trains, planes, buses and subways in New York.
Service was suspended Sunday on the Montauk Branch east of Patchogue as well as between Ronkonkoma and Greenport. Train service will resume its full regular weekday schedule on Monday.
For real-time LIRR updates, click here.
Train service was suspended Sunday on the Wassaic Branch of the Harlem Line and on the entire New Haven Line, including the New Canaan, Danbury and Waterbury Branches. Service will operate every two hours on the Hudson and Harlem Lines, and there will be no buses on the Waterbury branch.
Train service will resume its full regular weekday schedule on Monday.
For real-time Metro-North updates, click here.
Port Authority officials said JFK, LaGuardia and Newark airports were experiencing delays and cancellations on Sunday.
As of Sunday morning, 23% of flights were canceled at LaGuardia, 22% of flights were canceled at Newark and 11% of flights were canceled at JFK, according to officials.
Travelers should check with their airline before going to the airport on Sunday and Monday.
For updates on JFK Airport, click here.
For updates on LaGuardia Airport, click here.
For updates on Newark Airport, click here.
NYC subways and buses
As of Sunday morning, there were no weather-related service changes on New York City’s subways and buses.
For real-time NYC Transit updates, click here.
Train service was suspended Sunday between New York and Boston in both directions. More info from NYC OEM and Amtrak below:
NY Waterway ferries
NY Waterway suspended its Brooklyn IKEA ferry and Governors Island ferry service on Sunday. All other routes were slated to operate on a normal Sunday schedule.
All NY Waterway ferries will operate on their normal schedule Monday.