Oct. 31: Metro North restored train service from Southeast to Grand Central Sunday night.
Commuters could experience some residual delays as a result of the weekend's snow storm, the MTA warned.
"It's carnage along the lines though!" reports a Patch reader. "Right hand track has some huge trees across it just south I Brewster!! Lines down everywhere! MTA did an awesome job of getting one track up and running for us. Amazing"
North of Southeast, the MTA will operate bus service on the Wassaic branch.
Oct. 30: Commuters from Pleasantville to Southeast must seek an alternative to Metro North tomorrow, because trains won't be running Monday morning from the either south to New York City or north to Wassaic.
In fact, service is suspended on the Harlem Line north of North White Plains.
Marjorie Anders, MTA spokeswoman, gave Patch an update on Metro-North Sunday afternoon:
- There is no service between North White Plains and Wassaic. The Harlem Line is OK between GCT and North White Plains.
- West of the Hudson, the Port Jervis line remains suspended.
- New Haven Main Line is OK between Grand Central Terminal and New Haven — including the New Canaan branch.
- Bus service is being provided for the Danbury and Waterbury branches of the New Haven line.
- The Hudson Line is on time between GCT and Poughkeepsie
- There are no delays to report.
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