The MTA reported delays on a host of trains during Tuesday's commute.
The city was set to get up to 8 inches of snow Monday, with another storm headed our way on Wednesday.
Slushy conditions, a track fire at Delancey St. and a power outage at Grand St. caused headaches.
A person was rushed to Bellevue Hospital after tripping and hitting a train, the FDNY said.
More than a foot of snow fell on parts of the city, the National Weather Service said.
Subways and buses are running, schools are closed, roads are slick, and there's no trash pickup.
The disruption is caused by signal problems between Broadway Junction and Myrtle Ave.-Wycoff Ave.
Shuttle buses connected Yonkers to 242nd Street, where commuters could take the 1 train.
L train service was disrupted Friday morning over a report of smoke in the subway, officials said.
A multi-vehicle accident briefly closed the outbound lane duirng Friday evening rush hour.
About 18 people suffered minor injuries in a bus crash on the the northbound ramp to the highway.
The MTA said to expect systemwide delays of up to 20 minutes on the LIRR during the evening commute.
Six people were injured when two trucks crashed on the Verrazano's upper level, the FDNY said.
The truck jackknifed near the 138th Street exit and sparked massive delays during rush hour Wednesday.
The crash occurred near Rogers and Clarkson avenues Wednesday morning, the FDNY said.
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