NEW: Amtrak has no estimate for when trains to and from Penn Station will be back up
Some New York City area airports set to offer limited service Wednesday
The New York City transit system sustains devastating damage
More than 19,500 flights have been canceled, a flight tracking site says
Superstorm Sandy has weakened, yet her presence will be felt in the days and weeks to come as transportation systems assess impacts and try to resume schedules.
Walloped by severe storm damage and flooding, the New York City area’s extensive transportation system is struggling to get back online, while some area airports are resuming service on Wednesday. Other Northeast and mid-Atlantic airport and ground transportation systems were gradually resuming operations.
Here’s what’s happening in many of the affected areas:
Airline operations resuming