Recent Messages

5/5/2016 12:24:03 PM
Notify NYC - Mass Transit Restoration
Notification issued 5/5/16 at 12:24 PM. Following a prior incident, 1 train service has been restored in both directions between 168th Street and Dyckman Street in Manhattan. Expect residual delays and allow for additional travel time.

5/5/2016 11:55:16 AM
Notify NYC - Mass Transit Disruption
Notification issued 5/5/16 at 11:54 AM. Due to a rail condition, there is no 1 train in both directions between 168th Street and Dyckman Street in Manhattan. Consider alternate routes and allow for additional travel time. Visit for updates.

5/5/2016 8:00:03 AM
Notify NYC - CSO Advisory
CSO's as of 5/5/16 at 7:03 AMRainfall at three NOAA rain gauges over the past 24 hours in inches:John F. Kennedy Airport nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;0.07 inchesLaGuardia Airport nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;0.02 inchesCentral Park nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;0.01 inchesList of AdvisoriesGowanus Canal nbsp;nbsp; nbsp;On advisory until 5/5/2016 12:00:00 PMCurrent CSO advisories: 1A CSO Waterbody Advisory has been issued. For more info on affected waterbodies, call 311 or go to view this message in American Sign Language (ASL), Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, French, Haitian Creole, Italian, Korean, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Urdu, or Yiddish, please visit:

5/4/2016 6:32:35 PM
Notify NYC - Possible Natural Gas Odor
Notification issued 5/4/16 at 6:30 PM. Due to National Grid performing natural gas system upgrades, a natural gas odor may be present near the following areas of Brooklyn tomorrow, May 5th:-Cortelyou Road and Rugby Road-Foster Avenue and Argyle RoadThe work is scheduled to begin at 9:00 AM and be completed by approximately 3:00 PM. Please report natural gas emergencies to 9-1-1 if they occur.

5/4/2016 3:41:53 PM
Notify NYC - Coastal Flood Statement
Notification issued 5/4/16 at 3:40 PM. The National Weather Service has issued a Coastal Flood Statement for Staten Island for today, 5/4, from 6:00 PM-8:00 PM. Tidal departures of 0.5-1 feet above normal are expected. During a coastal flood event, minor flooding of the most vulnerable shore roads and/or adjacent properties is possible due to the height of the storm tide, wave splash-over and/or effects of the full moon.For more information, please visit

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