Still easy to commute Monday with MTA changes


Although many subways are suspended or delayed, people can still use several lines to travel. Students will still need extra time to get to school, but using the subway will still allow for a faster commute than riding the bus or walking four miles.

From the Vogue and HT: Because the NQR is suspended, the fastest way for Midtown residents to get to class is via the 6 train at 33rd and Lexington, and transferring to the 4 or 5 at Union Square. Another option is to hop on the 4 or 5 line at 42nd Street Grand Central (which will travel straight to school). Midtown residents should leave at least an extra 30 minutes than normal to allow for delays and walking.

From Ludlow: Unfortunately, there is no emergency kit for transportation to school this week. On-campus men should take the  M15 to Water Street/Hanover Square, and leave at least 30 minutes for travel. If students have a 9am class, consider staying at a friend's off-campus house in the Fi-Di. Also, girls love athletic men--consider running the puny 1.8 miles to class! (Dress code is relaxed ... but please do bring deodorant.)

From Clark Street: Similar to the experience during Hurricane Sandy, nothing has changed for Brooklynites. The 2,3 still runs conveniently from Clark Street to Wall Street.

For off-campus students and a visual map on the changes, click here.