The odd-even gas rationing system finally came to an end at 6 a.m. Saturday.
Lines of cars stretched from city gas stations Friday, despite a new odd-even rationing system.
Drivers faced hours-long lines at gas stations across the five boroughs following the super storm.
New York cabbies are driving as far as Connecticut to fill their tanks.
Amid a widespread gas shortage, there are resources online to help you find somewhere to fill up.
Residents without running water have resorted to using the stairs as a toilet in the Ocean Towers.
Mobile gas trucks will be parked around the city, offering free fuel to gas-starved drivers.
Officials said NY Harbor has been partially opened, allowing tankers bearing fuel back into the area.
The Shell gas station on 145th Street turned into a mob scene when word spread they had fuel.
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