We will post road, airport and train closures and re-openings here.
As of 2:50
Despite Cuomo’s announcement, officials say non-emergency travel in five East End towns is still restricted. Those towns are East Hampton, Southampton, Southold, Riverhead and Shelter Island.
The MTA will begin phasing in service at 9 a.m. and a Sunday schedule is anticipated by noon…
— EWR JFK LGA SWF (@NY_NJairports) January 27, 2015
As of 10:50
North Ocean Avenue (Route 83) is now open between Granny Road and Mooney Pond Road. Governor Andrew Cuomo‘s travel ban for Suffolk County has been lifted however we are still urging residents to stay off the roads if possible.
As of Jan 27, 2015 8:15am
Travel ban is still in effect for Suffolk County. Please continue to give our Department of Public Works crews the opportunity to clear the accumulation off the roads through the afternoon, particularly on the Eastern End of Long Island. Stay at home, stay off the roads, stay safe.
Updated Jan 26 8:45 pm
- Suffolk County Transit buses and para transit will stop running tonight (Monday) at 6:00 p.m. and will not be operating tomorrow (Tuesday).
- LIRR shutting down service as of 11 PM this evening.
- New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio also announced a travel ban on NYC streets for non-emergency vehicles starting at 11 p.m. ET. (Monday Jan. 26) Violators can be charged with misdemeanors and fined $300.
- New Jersey Transit will likely shut down around 10 p.m. ET on Monday and travelers should not expect services tomorrow.
- Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency for southern counties.
- Kennedy and LaGuardia Airports still open, but virtually all flights at LaGuardia canceled, and extensive cancellations at JFK.
- All MTA subway, rail and bus service suspended at 11 p.m. Monday. Only local subway service between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m..
As of 7:26 pm (via Suffolk County Exec FB page)
The Suffolk County Police Department is advising motorists that County Road 83 (North Ocean Avenue) is closed in both directions between Granny Road and Mooney Pond Road. You may remember that dozens of vehicles were stuck on this hill during Winter Storm Nemo two years ago. While all roads will be closed to motorists as of 11 p.m., all non-emergency personnel is urged to stay off the roads as soon as possible.