Trains, buses back on track after weekend nor'easter

Public transportation is back on track this morning after a powerful nor'easter swept through the borough over the weekend. The early storm left behind snow,

BROOKLYN - Public transportation is back on track this morning after a powerful nor'easter swept through the borough over the weekend.

The early storm left behind snow, downed trees, black ice and power outages, but commuters heading back to work today can do so with ease. Officials say all subway lines, city buses, the Metro-North and the Long Island Rail Road are on schedule.

Nearly three million people on the east coast were without power, including thousands in Brooklyn. City agencies are still working to clean up some of the damage.

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