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Metro-North Railroad @MetroNorthThere were delays of 60-90 minutes during Thursday's morning rush and still no northbound service at Glenwood or Greystone. In mid morning northbound service to Glenwood and Greystone was restored.
Hudson Line: Substitute busing will be provided between Yonkers and Greystone for N/B trains until further notice, due to an earlier structure fire near Greystone. N/B and S/B customers should expect 30 to 50-minute delays. Please listen for announcements at your station.
Metro-North Railroad @MetroNorthThursday night's rush hour was difficult with a number of trains cancelled.
Hudson Line - service will continue to experience delays up to 60-90 minutes due to flooding on the tracks, because of an earlier structure fire near Greystone Station. After 10 am, N/B service will resume at Greystone and Glenwood with hourly service to Croton Harmon.
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Hudson Line customer's should anticipate delays of up to 40 mins for this evenings rush hour service. Train service will be operating on opposite sides between Spuyten Duyvil & Ossining stations. Customers should expect crowded conditions as a result of combined & cancelled trains.
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There will be no SB svc @ Riverdale, Ludlow, Glenwood & Greystone. Customer's traveling south from Glenwood and Greystone will need to take a NB train to Hastings-on-Hudson for SB svc. Customer's traveling south from Riverdale & Ludlow will need to take a NB train to Yonkers for SB svc.
Metro-North Railroad crews continue to work to recover from last night's Hudson Line mudslide between Glenwood and Greystone stations on the Hudson Line. The mudslide was caused by water flowing down a steep embankment after a major fire in a nearby residential neighborhood. This afternoon crews have restored service on a second of the Hudson Line's four tracks, with efforts continuing to reopen a third track. Metro-NorthIt's not really clear yet what to expect Friday morning but Hudson Line service should be in better shape than it was on Thursday morning.
Hudson Line customers should anticipate Northbound delays of 10 to 15 minutes as a result of the ongoing track work to repair the damage caused by flooding yesterday near Greystone. We appreciate your patience as we continue to repair our right-of-way.Amtrak Empire Service trains seem to be operating normally today.
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Trains on the New Haven and Harlem lines were delayed for 60 to 90 minutes for part of Sunday morning, said Lizelly Gutierrez, a spokeswoman from Metro-North Railroad. The Harlem line was [back] on schedule by around 9 a.m. [Sunday] while the New Haven line was on time by around 11:15 a.m, Metro-North tweeted. “Shortly after midnight, thunderstorms caused a loss in signal power between Mt. Vernon East and Harrison,” Gutierrez said. “ Storms also caused downed trees on the New Haven line, as well as downed trees between Southeast and Purdys on the Harlem Line. These storm related issues resulted in six terminated trains and 14 trains with delays in excess of 90 minutes. Some customers waited for alternate train service at Wakefield station, which caused additional delays...All repairs have been completed, and we anticipate a normal rush on Monday. “ LinkOne of the trains that took a major delay was 6598, the 12:07 am GCT-New Haven local.
Ethan Fry, a passenger on the train, said he arrived in Fairfield shortly before 7 a.m.—nearly seven hours after leaving Grand Central. Passengers were stranded in Wakefield around 2:30 a.m. and then taken off the train at Botanical Garden Station, where Fry said hundreds of people were “herded” onto a diesel train that made local stops on the way to New Haven.The following Stamford local, 6300 departing GCT at 12:25 am, was also seriously delayed.
Neil Vigdor, a reporter with The New York Times, described his trip as the “train ride from hell.” His train left Grand Central at 12:25 a.m. Sunday and arrived in Greenwich five hours and 13 minutes later, he tweeted. The train took an hour and 20 minutes to go the 11 miles from Grand Central to just past Fordham, Vigdor said. Passengers were taken off the train in Wakefield around 3 a.m. before going to Botanical Gardens, where they boarded the diesel train, he said.The Harlem Line did not seem to have experienced the same kinds of delays, but passengers were being bused between Croton Falls and Southeast because of a downed tree and third rail damage.