Above-ground subway service, commuter rail to NYC will resume Tuesday morning

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Above-ground subways and New York’s commuter railroads will resume service early Tuesday morning following shutdowns caused by Winter Storm Orlena.

The subway service will return at 5 a.m., according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office, while the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North are expected to resume operations by 4 a.m.

The LIRR will be running on a weekend schedule on Tuesday, Cuomo’s office said.

MTA buses, meanwhile, will be operating with reduced service.

The above-ground subways and community rail lines were suspended earlier Monday as the city and surrounding areas were battered by heavy, wind-driven, snow.

The storm dumped over 16 inches of snow in Central Park by 7 p.m. Monday, according to the National Weather Service.

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