# nyc # subway # this map is missing the 2.5 people in brooklyn (and the parts of queens serviced by the jmz + ac trains) that are stranded and all trying... # but basically yes # about my day
An interactive map of tomorrow’s restored subway service and accessibility across the burroughs
# nyc # mta # subway # shaking with laughter # i probably shouldn't be laughing # but at this point what else can i do? # getting to work tomorrow is going to be an adventure
If you’re in NYC or will be traveling in or around, please keep an eye on this for updates about public transportation. Please reblog for NYCers.
# signal boost # nyc # important # if i have to go into work tomorrow i have already mapped out my bus route # which is going to be a long and somewhat convoluted one # so i am hoping that my entire office's dependence on the mta will mean we are closed again
Because I didn’t want this buried in a reblog:
The city has ordered a mandatory evacuation for everyone living in ZONE A
These are generally low-lying areas in all 5 boros including areas such as Coney Island and Sheepshead Bay in Brooklyn, the Rockaways in Queens, parts of Lower Manhattan, etc.
HOW TO KNOW IF YOU LIVE IN ZONE A:
WNYC has an interactive map on their website where you can type in your address and it will show you exactly which zone you live in.
Link to map HERE
This is also helpful for those of you who have family or neighbors who are not internet savvy so please help them out too so they don’t have to rely on calling 311 (which is probably hammered).
OKAY I LIVE IN ZONE A, BUT WHERE DO I GO?
Preferably you have friends and family elsewhere that you can stay with. Failing that, the city has evacuation shelters if you have nowhere to go, PETS ARE ALLOWED and each of them is wheelchair accessible but parking is limited so they are asking that you take public transit.
A full list of city evacuation shelters is available HERE. Multiple languages are available.
Please stay safe out there.
(Please, please, PLEASE signal boost this. I’m not in much danger right now compared to them. But I do have friends living in NYC.)
# signal boost # nyc # i'm in zone c # i live down the block from one of the evacuation centers # but yeah # this is important
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