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Effective Wednesday, May 27, Metro-North Increases Service on Hudson, Harlem & New Haven Lines



Effective Wednesday, May 27, Metro-North is increasing service on the Hudson, Harlem and New Haven Lines as the Mid-Hudson region is expected to begin Phase 1 of reopening.

The expanded service represents an overall increase of 26 percent in peak train availability since our essential service went into effect on April 13. Metro-North will also have 14 protect trains strategically positioned at major facilities to operate additional service as may be necessary.

The changes in service are as follows:

Hudson Line:
Inbound:

Outbound:

Harlem Line:
Inbound:

Outbound:

Harlem Line – Reverse Peak:

New Haven Line:
Inbound:

 

Outbound:

The following additional schedule and service changes will continue to be in effect:

Free parking for West of Hudson customers is provided at Irvington, Tarrytown and Beacon. See our Connecting Service page for more information.

Off peak fares are in effect during this special schedule.

Metro-North continues to undertake the most aggressive cleaning and disinfecting program in agency history – fully sanitizing our stations every 12 hours, and trains every 24 hours.

On all Metro-North property and until further notice, all customers are required to wear a mask or face covering and to maintain social distance, particularly while in Metro-North stations, on our platforms, and in Grand Central Terminal; to board trains at all available doors and to take seats that maximize social distancing.

We also recommend that customers consider riding our trains at non-peak hours, such as before 7 AM and after 6 PM, where possible.


You can access the amended schedule online at New.MTA.Info. For train times, and real-time arrival and departure times on your phone, download TrainTime.

At Metro-North, we’re here for the region’s critical workers and first responders. Please only use the trains for essential travel.

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