New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday morning that 14 out of 23 lines on the New York City subway system will resume partial service on Thursday. He noted that 3 out of the 7 flooded tunnels have been pumped out, allowing N trains and F trains to traverse the East River. Journeys between Brooklyn and Manhattan will be covered by “bus bridges” because the power is still out in Lower Manhattan.
As always, there are many nuances with the service restoration. See the details below.