TRANSIT UPDATE: Most Commuter Rails Restored, More Subway Service, Holland Tunnel Opened For Buses
-- West Hempstead Branch: Suspended

--Babylon Branch: Hourly service restored between Babylon and Penn Station begins Friday

--Port Jefferson: hourly service between Huntington and Penn Station begins Friday

--Port Washington: hourly service between Port Washington and Penn Station

--Ronkonkoma: hourly service between Ronkonkoma and Penn Station

See http://www.mta.info/lirr/ for more details.

Subway

**--See this map of the current lines are running.--**


1: Local between 242nd Street (Bronx) and 34th Street-Penn Station in both directions.

2: Between 241st Street and 34th Street-Penn Station, with express service between 96th St and Times Square.

3: Suspended.

4: Two sections making all local stops: Between Woodlawn and Grand Central making local stops and between Borough Hall and New Lots Avenue, making all local stops except Hoyt Street.  The tunnels for the 4,5 and F under the East River are dry but cannot be used until Con Edison restores power. **Connection at Atlantic Terminal-Barclays Center for shuttle bus to Manhattan**

5: Express in Brooklyn between Atlantic Avenue-Barlays Center and Flatbush Avenue. Also runs operates in both directions between the Eastchester-Dyre Avenue Station and the East 180 Street Station. **Connection at Atlantic Terminal-Barclays Center for shuttle bus to Manhattan**

6: Local between Pelham Bay Park and Grand Central

7 : Operating between Main St and 74 St-Broadway in both directions.

42nd Shuttle: Normal service between Times Square and Grand Central.

Franklin Avenue Shuttle: Suspended.

Rockaway Parkway Shuttle: Suspended.

A : Two sections making all local stops: Between 168th Street and 34th Street-Penn Station, and between Jay Street-MetroTech and Lefferts Blvd. **Connection at Jay Street-MetroTech for shuttle bus to Manhattan**

B: Suspended.