New York City commuter delays

Commuters travelling into New York City from the northern suburbs should expect travel delays for up to a week following a train derailment on the Metro-North Hudson line over the weekend.

Service was suspended on the railroad’s Hudson line, which serves 26,000 on an average weekday, between the village of Tarrytown and Manhattan’s Grand Central Terminal and could be closed for a week.  Governor Cuomo told news media outlets that commuters should “plan on a long commute or plan on using the Harlem line.”

Amtrak’s temporarily disrupted service between New York City and Albany, N.Y. was restored as of Monday morning but travelers were told to also expect delays.

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