A New York City Police officer walks past a closed subway station in lower Manhattan after subway service was suspended due to flooding from Hurricane Sandy October 31, 2012. With New York City's subway system paralyzed by Sandy's crippling blow, millions
New York City subways to reopen Thursday with limited runs, Cuomo says
Posted : Wednesday, 31 October 2012 12:40PM
New York (Reuters) - New York City's subway system will resume operating on a limited basis on Thursday, four days after shutting down ahead of the arrival of Sandy, the massive storm that brought unprecedented flooding to the world's financial capital, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said.
Limited service on suburban commuter rail lines serving Long Island to the east and Westchester County and Connecticut to the north will resume on Wednesday afternoon, Cuomo said at a press conference.
(Reporting By Dan Burns and Paul Thomasch)
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