Trains, planes and ferry service resume on Monday after halting some service over the weekend

Trains, planes and ferry service resume on Monday after halting some service over the weekend

East Farmingdale, NY- On Monday morning the Long Island Rail Road resumed normal service system wide, following disruptions to service on Sunday as the MTA braced for the impact of Hurricane Henri. The LIRR also offered extra westbound service from Montauk during Monday’s morning commute.

Fire Island Ferry service to and from Fire Island resumed on Monday morning after service was suspended late Saturday night in preparation of Hurricane Henri. On Saturday, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, had issued a voluntary evacuation order for Fire Island ahead of what forecasters warned could have been a direct hit with a category 1 hurricane.

Suffolk County Transit bus service resumed on Monday after being suspended on Sunday.

MacArthur Airport in Islip remained open on Sunday during Hurricane Henri but most arrivals and departures were cancelled. ON Monday, MacArthur flights were taking off and landing at the airport but many flights were still seeing delays and cancellations. If you’re traveling to MacArthur, as always, check with your carrier ahead of time.

Photo: A man wears a protective mask as he waits for a train at the LIRR Jamaica station Wednesday, April 29, 2020, in the Queens borough of New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)