Topic : blizzard

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N.Y. MTA prepares for snowstorm with army of workers, heavy equipment

Rail| January 22, 2016

Approximately 1,000 track workers will be deployed during the storm in addition to 800 station workers to keep stairs and platforms clear of snow. Personnel will have access to 262,500 pounds of calcium chloride and 200,000 pounds of sand to melt snow and ice.

East Coast transit agencies brace for storm, urge customers to stay home

Security and Safety | January 26, 2015

Snow may fall at a rate of up to 4 inches per hour and visibility may be reduced to zero, according to a statement released by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's office.

Accessibility| March 10, 2014

Montana paratransit continues operating in middle of blizzard

The agency kept the service running even as schools, businesses and some county departments shut down and ridership numbers were significantly lower than normal.
Rail| December 29, 2010

N.Y. A train passenger ordeal ends

Most passengers remained in good spirits despite the frustrating situation, which saw them spend more than seven hours stuck on trains from Kennedy Airport.
Rail| December 28, 2010

Long Island Rail in 'triage situation' following storm

As of Tuesday, the LIRR is prioritizing service on its four busiest routes, with the hopes of phasing in some service on other lines throughout the day.

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