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Metro-North Service Update


NJ TRANSIT rail service remains suspended in and out of Hoboken due to a train accident at Hoboken station.

Alternatively customers can use NJTRANSIT train service to Secaucus. Please visit the NJTRANSIT website at for the latest schedule information.  There you can also see updates on the service status of the Port Jervis Line and the Pascack Valley Line.

Metro-North will continue to cross-honor West of Hudson Metro-North tickets on the Hudson & Harlem Lines and the ferry services.

In addition, Metro-North will provide the following alternate weekday service plan until further notice:

Bus Service Option
In addition to the train service provided by NJTRANSIT, MTA Metro-North will provide supplemental shuttle bus service for Metro-North customers that will operate during peak hours as follows:

  • Harriman Station (to Tarrytown Station on the Hudson Line) between 3:45 A.M. and 8:30 A.M. (Inbound service) and 3:45 P.M. and 8:30 P.M. (outbound service from Grand Central Terminal)

This weekday, rush-hour, peak direction only shuttle service will be limited. There will be no off-peak, weekend or reverse commute service.

Ferry Service Options
Some parking is available for Metro-North customers at the two Metro-North ferry services that connect with our Hudson Line train service.

Newburgh-Beacon Ferry Service 

Haverstraw-Ossining Ferry Service

Parking Options
Some parking is available at 
Metro-North's Cortlandt Station on the Hudson Line and the North White Plains Station on the Harlem Line. You can also access parking information online for other stations at Metro-North's parking info page 

Other Options 
Use existing bus services: From Rockland the 
Tappan ZEExpress; from Orange County use the Newburgh Beacon Shuttle.

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Also monitor your local news outlets for updates.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation during this time.


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