Hudson Rail Link
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The Hudson Rail Link is your connection between the Riverdale neighborhood in the Bronx and Metro-North Trains.
Spuyten Duyvil Station
Click here for schedule effective September 30, 2019 – March 27, 2020
Monthly Customers - UniTicket OptionFor those of you who work in Manhattan every day, the economical and convenient UniTicket (combination bus/rail ticket) is just $246.75 a month. That's just about $5.50 per ride! It's good for unlimited rides on the Hudson Rail Link and Metro-North, to and from Manhattan, during a calendar month.
Monthly Customers - MetroCard OptionMetroCard is accepted on the Hudson Rail Link. When you use the MetroCard on the Hudson Rail Link, you get free transfers between the Hudson Rail Link and NYC Transit subways and buses. If you use NYC Transit regularly, you should purchase a Metro-North monthly rail ticket ($208.00) and a $121.00 30-day unlimited MetroCard, instead of a UniTicket.
Weekly UniTicketNeed a Rail/Bus UniTicket for less than a month? The discounted weekly UniTicket offers a week's unlimited Metro-North and Hudson Rail Link travel. Valid for 7 days from Saturday through Friday. Fare: $77.00
One-Way CustomersOne-way Hudson Rail Link customers can pay $2.75 with coins or MetroCard. (Exact change only)
Buy Tickets in AdvanceUse the ticket machines at many stations. Purchasing your ticket on board the train is a cash-only transaction and is the most expensive ticket-purchasing option.
Bus fare must be paid in exact change (dollar bills not accepted) or MetroCard.
(1) Senior Citizen/Disabled — 50% Off the One-Way Peak fare. Valid for use on all trains except on weekday trains
arriving GCT between 5AM and 10AM. Identification required: Senior Citizen Identification — Medicare card or driver's
license; Person with Disability Identification — Medicare card or disabled identification card issued by MTA, Connecticut,
or New York City.
|(2) Rail fares displayed are for tickets purchased at a ticket office or ticket machine - on board fares are higher.|
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