Transport links across the northeast coast of US are starting to get back to normal after storm Sandy.
All but three subway lines in New York have partially re-opened.
Authorities have been working around the clock to clean up the flooded network.
All three of New York’s major airports have now reopened.
A limited number of flights started operating out of La Guardia earlier following yesterday’s total shutdown.
At least 180 flights took off from JFK and a similar number at Newark.
Further up the coast, New Jersey residents are still struggling with the after-effects of Sandy and the clean-up operation is going.
Risk consultancy Eqecat estimates that Sandy has caused some 20 billion dollars (15 billion euros) in insured losses.
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