Update 1:51 p.m: Finally some details from Cuomo on which trains will be running, starting tomorrow morning. In short: Some things above 42nd street are running, some (but less) stuff is working Brooklyn, nothing over the river to Brooklyn is working, though some to Queens is, and nothing in downtown Manhattan is running either. And, here is a nifty map showing the lines in service.
- The 1, 2,4,5 and 6 will run above 42nd Street. So will the 42nd St Shuttle S train.
- The A will operate in two sections locally between 168th St Manhattan and 34th St, and also between Jay Street & Lefferts Blvd.
- The F trains will make all local stops between 179th St (Queens) and 34th St and in Brooklyn between Jay St & Ave X.
- N trains operate between Ditmars Blvd. (Queens) & 34th St., making all local stops.
- R trains operate in BK btwn Jay St & 95th St making all local stops
- J trains between Jamaica Center & Hewes St making all local stops
- M trains between Myrtle Ave-Broadway & Metropolitan Ave.
Service on the 7, B, C, E, G, and Q trains are still suspended. Here are more details from the MTA press release, via Gothamist.
As of 2:00PM today, the following is an up-to-date service status list of the MTA operating agencies including New York City Transit, Long Island Rail Road, Metro-North and Bridges and Tunnels.
NYCT SUBWAY SERVICE:
1 trains will operate local between 242nd Street (Bronx) and Times Square-42nd Street.
2 trains will operate between 241st Street (Bronx) and Times Square-42nd Street, with express service between 96th Street and Times Square.
3 trains are suspended.
4 trains will operate in two sections making all local stops:
· Between Woodlawn (Bronx) and Grand Central-42nd Street
· Between Borough Hall and New Lots Avenue
5 trains will operate express in Brooklyn between Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center and Flatbush Avenue.
6 trains will operate local between Pelham Bay Park and Grand Central-42nd Street.
7 trains are suspended.
42nd Street Shuttle S trains will operate between Times Square and Grand Central.
A trains will operate in two sections making all local stops:
· Between 168th Street (Manhattan) and 34th Street-Penn Station
· Between Jay Street/MetroTech and Lefferts Blvd.
B and C service is suspended.
D trains operate in two sections:
· Between 205th Street (Bronx) and 34th Street-Herald Square making all local stops
· In Brooklyn, between Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center and Bay Parkway making express stops between Pacific Street and 36th Street
E trains are suspended.
F trains operate in two sections making all local stops:
· Between 179th Street (Queens) and 34th Street-Herald Square
· In Brooklyn, between Jay Street-MetroTech and Avenue X
G trains are suspended.
J trains operate between Jamaica Center and Hewes Street making all local stops.
L trains operate between Broadway Junction and rockaway Parkway making all local stops.
M trains operate between Myrtle Avenue-Broadway and Metropolitan Avenue.
N trains operate between Ditmars Blvd. (Queens) and 34th Street-Herald Square making all local stops.
Q trains are suspended.
R trains operate in Brooklyn between Jay Street-MetroTech and 95th Street making all local stops.
Both the Franklin Avenue and Rockaway Park S shuttles are suspended.
All shuttle buses will operate north on 3rd Avenue and south on Lexington Avenue.
1. Between Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center and 57th Street-Lexington Avenue via the Manhattan Bridge
2. Between Jay Street-MetroTech and 57th Street-Lexington Avenue via the Manhattan Bridge
3. Between Hewes Street and 57th Street-Lexington Avenue via the Williamsburg Bridge
Update 12:19 p.m.: Governor Cuomo says that limited subway service will return to the city, for trains running above 34th street only, he said in a briefing today. MTA Chairman Joseph Lhota during the same briefing, however, said that trains below 42nd Street won't be running, but wouldn't give any other details on which lines and where. "There will be more on Friday and even more on Saturday," he said.
Giving us a hint on which trains will get up and running sooner than ever, Cuomo says the R, A, C, L, and 7 train tunnels are still flooded, he tweeted.