New Schedules on the Hudson, Harlem and New Haven Lines, Effective September 29
Bring Improvements in Frequency of Service and Travel Options
- Special Fall Foliage trains return to the Hudson Valley on three Saturdays, October 19, October 26, and November 2.
- On weekdays, two southbound trains have 1 minute removed from their schedules.
- There are minor adjustments to 14 week-day and 26 weekend southbound trains to accommodate track work.
- More weekday service for Melrose and Tremont stations with: seven southbound and six northbound stops added to mid-day and late-night trains. In addition, 30 trains will have schedule improvements:
- 17 southbound trains will have schedule improvements of 1 - 2 minutes;
- 13 northbound trains will have schedule improvements of 2 - 11 minutes;
- The 8:01 AM local train from Mt. Vernon West to Grand Central Terminal is restored to the timetable
- 5 mid-day and 2 evening trains will continue to terminate at Crestwood due to the volume of trains and remaining track outages needed to complete the White Plains Station Improvement Project.
- The 2:56 PM from Grand Central Terminal, adds stops at: - Williams Bridge, - Woodlawn and - Wakefield
- 14 southbound trains once again originate in North White Plains.
- Bronx stops have been added to: - 17 northbound and - 16 southbound trains.
- 3 southbound and 17 northbound trains will have schedule improvements of 2 - 7 minutes.
- 15 northbound trains continue on from Crestwood to North White Plains.
- 4 express trains in each direction between Southeast and Grand Central Terminal will no longer stop at Crestwood, Scarsdale and Hartsdale.
- 2 temporary southbound late-evening trains from Crestwood to Grand Central Terminal are no longer in service.
On the New Haven Line
A new, early-morning train from Bridgeport to New Haven is added. Two westbound/inbound evening express trains have added a stop at Greenwich for a faster reverse commute trip to Grand Central Terminal. Other minor adjustments are made to provide reliable schedules and are designed to accommodate infrastructure projects.
And, as a result of completed trackwork, 102 trains will have schedule improvements of 1 - 2 minutes as follows:On weekdays
- 13 trains from Grand Central Terminal to Stamford,
- 14 trains from Grand Central Terminal to New Haven, and
- 3 trains from New Canaan and Stamford to Grand Central Terminal
- 38 trains from Grand Central Terminal to Stamford, and
- 34 trains from Grand Central Terminal to New Haven
In addition, there will be the following week-day schedule changes:
Know Before You Go! For quick access to schedule information, you can access: Metro-North's train schedules available online at www.mta.info/mnr available or at www.New.MTA.info Or pick up a new schedule at Grand Central Terminal or at a station ticket office.
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