MTA: Full service resumes on Metro-North's New Haven and Harlem lines

The MTA informed travelers early on Saturday that the lines would be seeing split services due to urgent repairs on an overpass above tracks on the Bronx River Parkway.

News 12 Staff

Jul 22, 2023, 5:34 PM

Updated 304 days ago

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Full service resumed on the Metro-North's New Haven and Harlem lines Saturday aftenoon following repairs on an overpass above tracks on the Bronx River Parkway.
Earlier on the day, the MTA informed travelers that the lines would be seeing split services due to the repairs.
Photographs released by the MTA showed that the overpass was visibly bended down its center.
The MTA advised commuters who were traveling to and from Manhattan to use the Hudson line.
The Yankee clipper service to Saturday afternoon’s game was also suspended on the New Haven and Harlem lines.
According to the MTA, hourly service has since resumed on both of lines.
As a stopgap to help during the suspensions, shuttle buses were deployed and employees were sent to manage questions at stations.
The MTA still suggest leaving extra time if riders need to use either of the two lines because there could still be delays as rail services return to a normal Saturday schedule.
The MTA advises commuters to use resources including their website and the TrainTime app for the latest information on service restoration.


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