NYC Subway, Bus and Train Services Suspended Due to Hurricane Sandy

NYC Subway, Bus and Train Services Suspended Due to Hurricane Sandy -- Ahead of the anticipated storm, the New York City subway, including bus and train services were suspended on Sunday night. Hurricane Sandy is expected to hit the city with strong winds and dangerous floodings via the East Coast.
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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in a news conference:
If it turns and moves off, great. Really great. But if not then we will be prepared for it
The governor further stated that New York City's Metropolitan Transportation Authority will commence the suspension of its services at 7 pm.

Twelve (12) hours after the storm ends, the said basic transport services are expected to resume its usual course.

Hurricane Sandy has been dubbed as the hurricane "Frankenstorm" due to its being a combination of a tropical cyclone and a winter storm.

According to the National Hurricane Center, at 11:00 EDT (15:00 GMT), the eye of Hurricane Sandy was approximately 250 miles (400km) South of Cape Hatteras in North Carolina; It is 575 miles (930km) south of New York City.

For further urban transport news on New York City, stay tuned to www.nypost.com.

Source: Reuters

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