Hudson, Harlem and New Haven service remains suspended in both directions between Manhattan and The Bronx as a result of severe flooding due to today’s storm.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) today announced that MTA Construction & Development (C&D) will award a $382 million.
On Monday, August 10th, 2020, Metro-North will operate its regularly scheduled weekday service on the Hudson, Harlem and New Haven Lines.
Due to weather conditions from strong winds and heavy rain are expected that can cause flying debris, turn unsecured objects into projectiles, and cause power outages on all Harlem, Hudson, and New Haven Line services are suspended on the Metro-North Railroad.
Patch reports as of around 8:30 p.m., the New Haven, Harlem and Hudson lines are operating at or near on schedule, Metro-North said.
Patch reports that it’s a one-two punch for Metro-North commuters Wednesday when it comes to delays.
Railway Age reports that Metro-North Railroad’s White Plains, Harlem-125th Street, Crestwood, Port Chester and Riverdale stations will undergo enhancement work as part of MTA’s Enhanced Stations Initiative.
To maintain orderly travel and safe station and terminal operations during this weekend’s SantaCon event, alcohol will not be permitted on MTA Long Island Rail Road and MTA Metro-North Railroad trains and in stations from noon on Saturday, December 9, through noon on Sunday, December 10.
MTA Metro-North Railroad has wrapped up an 18-week track improvement project on the Harlem and Hudson lines, the railroad announced Monday.
Patch reports that the upcoming Labor Day weekend, Metro-North Railroad has made a few changes, including extra early getaway trains Friday so can start your last official weekend of summer right away.
Explosions rocked parts of East Harlem in the middle of night after a dump truck caught fire, sending sparks and flames flying below the Metro-North train tracks.
To help you get a jump on the Memorial Day weekend – the unofficial start of summer – Metro-North Railroad has extra early getaway service on Friday, May 26 , 2017, and plenty of trains to get you to your destination during the long holiday weekend.
For Harlemites who travel on Metro-North at 125th Street, there is finally upcoming track improvement work by Metro-North means schedule adjustments for certain Harlem Line and Hudson Line trains.
Metro-North Railroad said commuters should expect delays at some Harlem line stations throughout the day on Friday.
The easiest way to take yourself out to the ball game from the Harlem might just be Metro-North.