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 →

Due To Weather Conditions Harlem Services Are Suspended On The Metro-North Line

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. 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 →

Harlem Line Suspended, Delays On Hudson Line

Patch reports that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced that service on the Metro-North Harlem Line was suspended as of 6:33 p.m., Wednesday. Continue Reading →

Delays, Caution Urged On All 3 Metro-North Lines, Including The Harlem Line

Patch reports that it’s a one-two punch for Metro-North commuters Wednesday when it comes to delays. Continue Reading →

Harlem Line Trains Delayed Up To 30 Minutes

The Harlem Line is delayed up to 30 minutes because someone was hit by a train in Valhalla this morning, Metro-North Railroad said. Continue Reading →

Metro-North To Impose Alcohol Ban For Weekend SantaCon Event

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.

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