Commuters deal with rail delays after storm

Commuters were left dealing with delays and other changes as they made their way to work after Tuesday's winter storm.



Some trains were switched to express service, others skipped stops and some more took longer than usual to arrive at their destinations.



Commuters at the Kingston Avenue station in Crown Heights lamented the additional travel times to get to work.



News 12 spoke with a Bronx resident who said she has been taking the No. 3 train for years to commute to her job in Brooklyn. She said that despite leaving early, she was still late to work Wednesday morning.



Still, many straphangers said they were just glad that trains were back up and running after the storm.


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