Metro-North Railroad now fully restored following weekend storm damage, flooding
Gov. Kathy Hochul Wednesday announced the full restoration of Metro-North Railroad following historic flooding in parts of the state.
The Hudson Line was suspended Sunday, and the Upper Harlem Line Monday due to storm damage.
Hochul thanked crews for working fast to get repairs completed and stressed the importance of paying attention to emergency alerts.
The Metro-North runs through the Bronx and is expected to include four new stations at Hunts Point, Parkchester/Van Nest, Morris Park and Co-op City by 2027.