The Harlem Line From NY And Harlem Railroad Was The First Streetcar Company In The World

The Metro-North Railroad Harlem Line, originally chartered as the New York and Harlem Railroad, is an 82-mile commuter rail line running north from New York City into eastern Dutchess County. Continue Reading →

Busing As Work On Harlem Line Continues

Patch reports that in May, Metro-North customers on the upper Harlem Line will have to deal with substitute bus service and some schedule changes. Continue Reading →

Metro-North Schedule Changes Begin June 4 2017 For Harlem, Hudson Lines

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. Continue Reading →

Metro-North Says To Expect Friday Delays On Harlem Line

Metro-North Railroad said commuters should expect delays at some Harlem line stations throughout the day on Friday. Continue Reading →

Disabled Train Delays Harlem, Metro-North lines

Metro-North RailroadSources report that a disabled train in the Bronx is causing delays on the Harlem and New Haven Metro-North lines this morning. Continue Reading →

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