Metro-North Railroad said commuters should expect delays at some Harlem line stations throughout the day on Friday.
The train line will be performing “necessary switch repairs,” which could cause 15-to-30-minute delays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. between Mount Kisco and Southeast.
During a meeting on Monday, Metro-North Vice President Michael Shiller confirmed that there were 86.5 million riders, which was “the highest in Metro-North history” and caps off a third consecutive year with record-breaking ridership.
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