Sandy leaves commuters scrambling for transport

BROOKLYN - Commuting chaos in the wake of Sandy's aftermath continued today. As of yesterday, some subways and buses throughout the city began rolling again. The service, however, remained limited and therefore came with massive amounts of traffic and chaos. The area surrounding the Barclays Center was flooded with people trying to commute to work. They were on lines for hours just to wait to use the limited MTA services. Officials have stated that more MTA trains should be running by Monday.

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