Westchester residents plan to continue riding the rails despite threats

Westchester subway riders said Thursday they plan to continue riding the rails, despite a potential terrorist attack.

Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R-Manhattan) along with Homeland Security officials announced Thursday that they received a credible threat to the New York City subway system. Bloomberg said it was the most specific terrorist threat officials have received to date. Bloomberg asked citizen to be vigilant and added he plans to continue riding the trains as usual.

One commuter from Tarrytown, who rides both the Metro-North and the subway, says there is not much that can be done other than to be careful and take extra precautions.

Police are asking anyone who notices anything suspicious to alert a conductor or call the state?s anti-terrorism hotline at 888-NYC-SAFE.

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