MTA TO GET HUDSON LINE BACK IN SERVICE WEDNESDAY

WPCNR RAILROADIN. From the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. December 3, 2013:

For Wednesday, December 4, Metro-North will operate more than 98% of regular Hudson Line service due  to one track being returned to service following the train derailment in the vicinity of Spuyten Duyvil. 

Customers should expect scattered delays of up to 15 minutes due to limited track capacity in this area and crowded conditions during peak periods.  Please refer to the Hudson Line timetable or our schedules page for train information.

The following trains will be combined:

-The 7:15 AM from Scarborough to Grand Central Terminal is combined with the 7:16 AM train from Croton-Harmon, which will make all stops of both trains. 

-The 7:37 AM from Ossining to Grand Central Terminal is combined with the 7:40 AM train from Croton-Harmon, which will make all stops of both trains.

-The 8:45 AM train from Greystone to Grand Central Terminal is combined with the 8:22 AM train from Croton-Harmon, which will make all stops of both trains.

Metro-North forces continue rebuilding track and restoring the signal and power systems on the remaining two tracks in the area of the derailment.  Our goal is to bring back full Hudson Line service as soon and safely as possible.

For Spuyten Duyvil Customers: The Hudson RailLink bus service will serve the station, but there will be no parking at the station because of the ongoing rebuilding effort and investigation.

- See more at: http://web.mta.info/supplemental/mnr/mnr_weather_info.html#sthash.FnU06mba.dpuf

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