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Metro North sets alternate service plan for commuters in Brewster area

Because of the accident at Valhalla, Metro-North is providing alternate service for Harlem Line customers.  Metro-North train service will remain suspended between Pleasantville and North White Plains until further notice due to this incident.  Passengers should expect delays and crowding conditions.

 

Trains will operate from Wassaic to Southeast, where customers will be able to board a bus to Beacon on the Hudson Line. 

 

Electric train service will operate from Brewster to Goldens Bridge. Then customers will board a bus shuttle to North White Plains where they will get back on a train.  Train service will operate normally from North White Plains and all points south.  There will not be service at Valhalla or Hawthorne.

 

Metro-North will cross honor tickets on the Hudson and New Haven lines.  There will be free parking at Cortlandt.

 

Metro-North will make repairs once the National Transportation Safety Board clears the train from the tracks.  Once repairs are made, regular service through the area will resume.

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Todd Schnitt

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