Travel ban lifted after snowstorm

The ban went into effect Saturday afternoon and included state and local roads in the city, above-ground train service and MTA bus service.

The ban included state and local roads in the city, above-ground subway service and MTA bus service.

The ban included state and local roads in the city, above-ground subway service and MTA bus service. (1/24/16)

BROOKLYN - A travel ban issued due to the snowstorm is lifted.

The ban went into effect Saturday afternoon and included state and local roads in the city, above-ground train service and MTA bus service.

Modified NYC Transit and MTA Bus service resumed at 7 a.m.

The governor had issued a state of emergency due to the storm Saturday.

 

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