Metro-North Starting Service at 2 P.M.

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Metro-North said today it will begin operating a Sunday schedule at 2 p.m today on the Lower Hudson and Lower Harlem Lines.

In a statement, Metro-North “will continue to restore as much service as possible once it is safe to do so.”

From the news release:

On the Lower Hudson Line, a regular Sunday Schedule will be in effect between Grand Central and Croton-Harmon only beginning with the following trains:

Inbound Departures from Croton-Harmon:

•    2 PM from Croton-Harmon; All stops to Grand Central.

•    2:34 PM from Croton-Harmon; Limited stop express to Grand Central.

Outbound Departures from Grand Central:

•    2:20 PM to Croton-Harmon; All stops to Croton-Harmon.

On the Lower Harlem Line a regular Sunday Schedule will be in effect between Grand Central and North White Plains only starting with the following trains.

Inbound departures from North White Plains:

•    2:01 PM:  North White Plains & White Plains, then Express to Grand Central
•    2:08 PM:  All stops to Grand Central

Outbound Departures from Grand Central:

•    2:25 PM:  All stops from Fordham to North White Plains
•    2:48 PM: Express to White Plains/North White Plains

Customers may use our interactive schedules page to view all train times.

New Haven Line, Upper Hudson, Upper Harlem and New Canaan, Danbury and Waterbury Branch Line Services remain suspended. There is still no signal and third-rail power because of downed transmission poles, trees continuing to fall and water-damaged substations.  Following all repair efforts, patrols trains have to operate to ensure the safety of the tracks before resuming service.

On the West of Hudson, Port Jervis and Pascack Valley Line service remains suspended today.  In particular, water continues to flood sections of the Port Jervis Line making it difficult to assess the full impact of the hurricane to critical infrastructure.

Off-Peak fares will be in effect, and Metro-North will honor West-of-Hudson tickets on the Hudson Line.

Overnight, hundreds of Metro-North crews addressed several mudslides and washouts along the Hudson Line, removed numerous fallen trees on all three train lines, pumped water out of key locations, restored signal and power systems, repaired and replaced switch motors.  The difficulty of these efforts was compounded by the significant road closures in the territory.

Customers are urged to monitor media reports for the latest information, check the MTA’s website at http://www.mta.info and sign up for customer email and text message alerts.

Metro-North regrets any inconvenience you may experience as a result of this service disruption due to Hurricane Irene.

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