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The MTA will begin restoration of subway service at 6 a.m. Monday.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo and MTA Chairman Jay Walder announced that limited service on subways, buses and the Staten Island Railway would be running by the morning rush hour with some exceptions.

The Long Island Rail Road announced that it expected a nearly normal morning rush hour service on the Port Washington line and five other branches, but service would still be suspended on the Port Jefferson, Long Beach and Far Rockaway branches.

Metro-North Railroad, where Hurricane Irene caused flooding and mudslides, would remain out of operation for the morning rush.

Walder said service would resume across the subway system but would be less frequent than normal. Riders should expect longer waits and more crowded trains. Frequency of service will improve over the course of the day.

Exceptions include:

No. 3 trains will operate between 137th Street/City College and New Lots Avenue. Substitute bus service will be provided between Harlem 148th Street and 135th Street connecting with the No. 2 train.

No service in the Rockaways (Rockaway Blvd. to Far Rockaway and Rockaway Park)

No. 6 trains run local in the Bronx

No. 7 trains run local

Franklin Avenue Shuttle suspended

N Trains terminate at Kings Highway. Shuttle bus service between Kings Highway and Stillwell Terminal.

Staten Island Railway will resume normal service at midnight Sunday night.

All MTA bridges and tunnels open as of 7 p.m.

 Some bus service resumed Sunday but will continued to be restored Monday but may not reach normal levels.

Access-a-Ride and Able Ride are expected to be operating normal service starting at noon Monday. During the morning, these vehicles will help return evacuees to their homes.

Regular fares will resume at 5 a.m. Monday.

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