Orders not shipping today 1/27/2015 – MTA Service Advisory, trains, roads and more closed
MTA Service Advisory – all the roads, bridges, trains and more are suspended. This means no outbound or inbound shipments today. We’ll update with more posts as we know what’s up.
MTA Long Island Rail Road, MTA Metro-North Railroad, MTA NYC Transit Bus and Subway Service — including Staten Island Railway (SIR) — is suspended for the duration of Winter Storm Juno. Non emergency vehicular traffic is now banned on all nine MTA Bridge & Tunnel facilities. Service will remain suspended for the foreseeable future.
Update: 7:16am – UPS has confirmed with Adafruit, there is no delivery or pick up today 1/27/2015
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