With limited commuter rail service set in place Wednesday and some subway service expected Thursday, New Yorkers soldiered through Wednesday’s transportation hassles with the promise of tomorrow.
Whether navigating crowded sidewalks, gridlocked streets or lengthy lines at bus stops, city dwellers who had offices with electricity tried to return to work. Perhaps easing such annoyances as near-constant honking horns and nonworking traffic lights was Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s pledge to get some Metro North and the Long Island Rail Road trains moving again Wednesday afternoon. In addition, 14 of the city’s 23 subway lines are expected to have service Thursday.
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