Update: 11:28 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 4: See the MTA website for the most up-to-date information.
- Q Trains are now running from Kings Highway to Atlantic Avenue (where riders can get the 4/5 and 2/3 trains to Manhattan). Southbound trains run from MetroTech to Kings Highway.
- 2 and 3 Trains are running normally
- D trains are running between 179 Street (Queens) and Avenue X (Brooklyn) with a few Queens and Manhattan stops closed (Queens Plaza, Court Square-23 Street, Lexington Avenue/53 Street and 5 Avenue/53 Street).
- Limited D trains operate between the 205 Street (Bronx) and the Bay Pkwy Station (Brooklyn) in both directions.
- Still no service on the B, C, G, E and Franklin Avenue and Rockaway shuttle trains.
Update: 11:43 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3.
- Still no Q train, or full service on the 2/3 and R trains, despite an MTA announcement that they would be back in service on Saturday.
Update: More info from the MTA, as of 4:10 p.m. Saturday Nov. 3.
- The Q train was expected to resume full service Saturday, but was still not running as of 4:10 p.m.
- The shuttle to Manhattan was slated to end Saturday afternoon now that there is some subway service into Manhattan.
- The R train is also expected to resume service between Herald Square and Forest Hills on Saturday, but so far has not.
- The 2 and 3 trains are expected to resume full service Saturday night or early Sunday morning, when the 1 train will also extend its southern terminus from 34 St. to 14 St.
Subway service has been restored to Manhattan as of 10 a.m. Saturday morning, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced.
The 4, 5 and 7 trains to Manhattan are fully operational and the F, J, D and M will be fully functional by later Saturday, he said in news conference.
The 6 from Brooklyn Bridge to Pelham Pay Park is also operational.
The L tunnel under the East River is still "wall-to-wall" with water, according to MTA chairman Joseph Lhota. The G line has also experienced flooding, Lhota said. G service remains suspended indefinitely.
The free fare period instituted after the storm has ended. The "bus bridge" at Barclays Center and Hewes Street station is still free.
"The Staten Island Railway will resume service hourly today, move to half hourly service later today, and will be fully restored in time for the Monday morning rush, he added.
Earlier Saturday, the Governor announced that Metro-North service on the Hudson Line had been restored.
See the MTA's website for the most recent information.