The city’s transit system will begin operating again on Wednesday morning as winter weather sets in.

The city will start the normal schedule of buses and trolleys, the New York Transit Authority said.

It is not expected to be full until late next week.

The agency is expecting the buses and trams to operate until late February, and then start to slow.

It will then resume normal bus service by mid-March.

The buses and cars will be operated by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which manages the system.

The authority says that during peak travel times, it will be the busiest time of the year.

The MTA has said that the agency is operating at about 60 percent capacity, with many stations not staffed and many routes having to be rerouted.