Metro-North resumes service following storm

Metro-North has resumed full service following Saturday's snowstorm. Service was suspended Saturday afternoon due to dangerous conditions.

The travel ban for roadways in New York City, Long Island and the Port Authority's trans-Hudson crossings was lifted at 7 a.m.

The travel ban for roadways in New York City, Long Island and the Port Authority's trans-Hudson crossings was lifted at 7 a.m. (1/24/16)

NEW YORK - Metro-North has resumed full service following Saturday's snowstorm.

Service was suspended Saturday afternoon due to dangerous conditions.

Westchester Bee-Line Bus service resumed at 7 a.m. after being suspended during the storm.

The travel ban for roadways in New York City, Long Island and the Port Authority's trans-Hudson crossings was lifted at 7 a.m.

Gov. Cuomo had issued a state of emergency due to the storm Saturday.

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