27 Jan '16, 6pm

@MTA shows how preparing for a winter storm makes rebounding happen more quickly and easily:

@MTA shows how preparing for a winter storm makes rebounding happen more quickly and easily:

By Charles Seaton, MTA New York City Transit Mother Nature threw a curveball past New York City when a weather event originally predicted to be a routine six to 10 inch January snowstorm, developed into a monstrous blizzard that amassed snowfall totals only one-tenth of an inch behind the worst snowstorm in the city’s history. The storm also made the books by bringing the snowiest 24 hours in New York City history. Related: NY MTA completes 4th phase of Wi-Fi installation The blizzard marked the first time that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's (MTA) New York City Transit put into operation a service plan that limited subways to underground portion – about 60% of the system’s 469 stations. We accompanied the service change with a special subway map outlining for customers the limits of service. The modified subway map was posted prominently on the MTA’s website o...

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