New York City Subways will Close at 7pm TONIGHT

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority will close the nation’s largest transit system ahead of Hurricane Sandy, shutting down subway, commuter rail and bus service Sunday evening as the storm advances toward the New York City region. 
The MTA will begin shutting down at 7 p.m. Sunday, with no transit service expected at least through the early hours of Tuesday, when the effects of the storm should be felt throughout New York City.
Final trains will depart at 7 p.m. and buses at 9 p.m. Metro-North and
Long Island Rail Road trains will also make their final departures at 7
p.m., and will cross-honor tickets for each others’ passengers.
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