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Metro North to make slight schedule changes

Certain morning and evening rush hour trains on the New Haven, Harlem and Hudson Lines will be adjusted beginning April 3rd.  These minor adjustments will decrease train dwell time at stations, relieve congestion, increase train speed, help prevent the cascading impact of minor delays and improve on-time performance.


Eight morning rush hour trains on the Harlem Line will be adjusted by 2–4 minutes.


Twelve morning peak hour trains on the New Haven Line will be adjusted by 1-4 minutes.  Five evening peak trains on the New Haven Line will be adjusted by 1-3 minutes.


More quiet cars are coming to Metro-North.  The last two cars on all weekday trains heading for Grand Central Terminal and the first two on trains out of New York City will be designated quiet cars, starting on April 4th.  Currently, rush-hour trains have one quiet car.


Riders are expected to keep their phones and other electronic devices muted and talk in subdued tones and keep headphones on low volume.


The MTA says the extra quiet cars are in response to customer suggestions.

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