Elevated Subway Lines & Metro North Shut Down Due to Blizzard, Underground Stations Still Running

This is what service currently looks like in The Bronx and NYC
This is what service currently looks like in The Bronx and NYC (CLICK TO ENLARGE)

Due to the Blizzard, as of 4PM Metro North and NYC elevated subway lines throughout The Bronx, NYC, and region (along with LIRR) have been shut down. Currently only underground stations are running. Buses and Access-a-Ride have been suspended as of Noon and as of 2:30PM there is a ban on non-essential vehicles. All of this is until further notice.

The entire East Bronx is without any public transportation due to the service suspensions.

If you MUST get around The Bronx and NYC the above map and information below is what you need to know in order to do so.

A Subway Line Icon

207 St – Euclid Av

C Subway Line Icon


E Subway Line Icon

Jamaica Center – World Trade Center

S Subway Line Icon Rockaway Park


B Subway Line Icon


D Subway Line Icon

205 St – B’way-Lafayette

F Subway Line Icon

179 St – Jay St-MetroTech

M Subway Line Icon


G Subway Line Icon

Court Sq – Bergen St

L Subway Line Icon

8 Av – Myrtle-Wyckoff Avs

J Subway Line Icon

Essex St – Broad St

Z Subway Line Icon


N Subway Line Icon

Lexington Av-59 St – 59 St, Brooklyn via R through Lower Manhattan

Q Subway Line Icon


R Subway Line Icon

Forest Hills-71 Av – 95 St, through Lower Manhattan (except Midnights)

R Subway Line Icon Shuttle

59 St, Brooklyn and 95 St, Shuttle (Midnights only)

S Subway Line Icon Franklin Av


S Subway Line Icon 42 St

Times Sq-42 St – Grand Central-42 St

1 Subway Line Icon

168 St – South Ferry, trains skip 125 St in both directions

2 Subway Line Icon

3 Av – 149 St – Flatbush Av

3 Subway Line Icon

148 St – Utica Av

4 Subway Line Icon

149 St-Grand Concourse – Utica Av

5 Subway Line Icon


6 Subway Line Icon

Hunts Point Av – Brooklyn Bridge

7 Subway Line Icon

Hunters Point Av – 34 St Hudson Yards

Staten Island Railway icon


Be safe out there if you have to go out, otherwise stay indoors!

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Ed García Conde

Ed García Conde is a life-long Bronxite who spends his time documenting the people, places, and things that make the borough a special place in the hopes of dispelling the negative stereotypes associated with The Bronx. His writings are often cited by mainstream media and is often consulted for his expertise on the borough's rich history.