Path Train

December 28, 2010 by  

Path Train, Even the snow was stopped falling but airports, roads and railway lines continue to operate at an impasse. During one of the most popular travel periods of the year, the airport saw nearly 7,000 cancellations since Sunday. Newark Airport reopened today for the first time since Sunday night, leaving the passengers to sleep on baggage carousels and concrete floors. Although most highways and major roads were cleared, many secondary roads are narrow and treacherous with black ice hidden. Some suburban areas in New Jersey has seen up to two and a half feet of snow, and while Mayor Mike Bloomberg’s press conference participant, today he said the worst snowstorm in New fifth York City History.

Most people with real jobs trying to return to work today after this weekend, AOS disastrous storm, but if you rely on public transport which have proved extremely difficult. If you happen to take the path train from Newark, NJ you because he screwed AORE, SOA is not working today. If you live in Brooklyn and the need to take trains B, Q, N or CNN is concerned, there is no service in most of Brooklyn. Other nightmares include strand MTA buses throughout the city and 500 passengers stuck on the subway without heat for seven hours Sunday, when snow shorted out the third rail. Amtrak passengers trying to travel between New York and Washington DC are still the sht out of luck with the trains continue to be canceled today in both directions. Passengers stranded at New York Penn Station had the chance to sleep in empty cars last night.

And those poor souls who hate their parents probably failed alcohol last week. Next Christmas lets just be a little more attention to our desires, because it’s just another friendly reminder that natural resources disasters aren, cool AOT.

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