Monday commute expected to be normal, with some delays
Stations crews remove snow in the Bronx Sunday (Photo courtesy NYC Transit).
Bring an added dose of patience with you on your rush hour commute Monday.
While streets are expected to be cleared of the 11 inches of snow dumped on the city this past weekend and subways are scheduled to run normally, officials are asking commuters to be wary of slick roads and slippery platforms and stairs.
Alternate side of the street parking rules will be suspended Monday to help drivers still digging their cars out, but meters must be fed.
At area airport, delays are expected to continue since 1,200 flights were canceled Sunday, said a Port Authority spokesman.
“People have to relax, and service will get back to normal as soon as possible,” the spokesman said.