UPDATE: Starting at 9:10 pm, The Hudson Line still operates a limited service between Grand Central and Croton-Harmon and a very limited service to Peekskill with delays of up to 60 minutes. Service north of Peekskill remains closed due to the multiple collapsed trees. Customers traveling north of Peekskill need to arrange alternative transportation.
Harlem Line Service was resumed with limited service between Grand Central Terminal and White Plains and very limited service between White Plains and Mount Kisco. Service north of Mount Kisco remains closed due to several crashed trees. Customers traveling north of Mount Kisco should arrange an alternative transport.
The New Haven Line continues to experience delays of up to 30 minutes due to previous weather-related problems. Please listen to announcements at your station.
UPDATE: After a massive thunderstorm, there were still delays in the Metro North Railroad throughout the region. Starting at 1
According to MTA, there is a "very limited" service between White Plains and Mount Kisco. 19659002] Service north of Mount Kisco remains closed due to several crashed trees
Customers If you want to travel north of Mount Kisco, you should organize another transport, said the MTA.
There is still 60 minutes delay on the Hudson Line between Grand Central Terminal and Croton-Harmon.
Customers north of Croton-Harmon should arrange an alternative transport at Croton-Harmon.
Customers using the New Haven Line are still delayed 60 minutes.
Access to the Grand Central Terminal is still limited to 42nd Street entrances.
listen to announcements on your station.
Service on Metro North begins to return after all lines have been disrupted following the heavy storms that raced through the Hudson Valley on Tuesday.
From 7pm On Tuesday, the Hudson Line service between Grand Central Terminal and Croton-Harmon has resumed with delays of up to 60 minutes. The service between Croton-Harmon and Poughkeepsie remains closed because of multiple deforestations.
The Harlem Line, including the Wassaic office, is still closed down to ensure customer safety. Trains stay on the train until further notice. Metro-North had previously posted on its website that there was good service in the Wassaic Branch.
Service on the New Haven Line resumed with delays of up to 60 minutes.
Access to Grand Central Terminal is restricted to 42nd Street entrances.
The railroad advises customers to listen to announcements at their stations.
Service suspended on all Metro North Railroad lines Tuesday afternoon due to the thunderstorm. Initially, the railroad broke the Hudson Line between Croton-Harmon and Poughkeepsie due to numerous fallen trees and weather conditions.
But then, during the course, the MTA stopped all the service on the Hudson, Harlem, and New Haven lines of thunderstorms to ensure customer safety.
Trains remain on the road until further notice at stations.
To prevent overflowing the Grand Central Terminal entrances will be closed temporarily. Customers are requested to enter Grand Central Terminal only when the train can be repaired.
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