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Most New York City subway lines remained disrupted on Friday morning, although there were signs of improvement two days after the remnants of Hurricane Ida hit the area, bringing in torrential rainfall and deadly flooding.
As of Friday morning, most of the lines were back in operation, but with delays. (Check here for the latest service updates.)
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has been running around the clock repairs to bring the country’s largest metro system back to full operation after the storm damaged tracks and turned platforms and stairwells into water slides.
“We managed to restore a lot of service today, but our routes in Queens have suffered the most damage,” the MTA said on Twitter on Thursday evening.
Amtrak said it would resume service along the northeast corridor between Washington and Boston on Friday, but said trains between Albany and New York City would continue to be canceled.
New Jersey Transit said all train lines except Montclair-Boonton, Gladstone, Pascack Valley and Raritan Valley would operate on a regular weekly schedule on Friday. The bus service ran on a weekday schedule, but with some delays and diversions.
Long Island Rail Road resumed full operations in most stores by Thursday afternoon, with some disruptions spilling over into Friday morning. Some lines on the Metro-North Railroad planned to have “improved weekend service” on Friday, but others remained suspended.
Friday morning flights from La Guardia Airport, Kennedy International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport appeared to be largely on time with minimal delays.