It’s pretty nasty out this morning, but the precipitation should be over by rush hour tonight.
Garbage and recycling collection is delayed on Wednesday, as workers continue snow removal operations around the city. DSNY asks residents to remove any snow from garbage that is already out, and to make sure that bags are placed in a spot that is “accessible to sanitation workers.”
Same old suspensions for alternate side parking. All meters are still in effect, though, so don’t forget to feed the Muni.
If your street is still looking a little rough, click here to see where those plows are.
NYC public schools are open, but field trips have been cancelled for Wednesday.
So far, most things appear to be open as usual, including all branches of the Brooklyn Public Library.
The MTA says that the city’s trains are “near normal,” but there are a handful of signal problems causing headaches on the 1, 2, 3, 5, G, N, and Q lines. Be sure to give yourself some extra travel time this morning, and check MTA.info for the latest updates.
How was your commute this morning?
Photo by Brooklyn Public Library