Amtrak service restored between New York and Albany; Metro-North Hudson line partially suspended

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Firefighters work the scene of the Bronx Metro-North train derailment. (PIX11)

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Amtrak has restored service between New York City and Albany, N.Y., following a fatal Metro-North derailment in New York City. Metro-North Hudson line service remains suspended between Grand Central and Tarrytown.

Bus service will be provided between White Plains and Tarrytown for customers who want to reach Grand Central Terminal. Shuttle service will begin at 11 a.m.


Customers at stations between Irvington and Yankees-E. 153rd St. Station should use the Harlem Line,  subway or bus service. Hudson Line tickets will be cross honored for these services.

But Metro-North says service on its New Haven line in Connecticut is not affected by the derailment on its Hudson line in New York City on Sunday. Four people were killed and 63 were injured.

 The Connecticut rail service runs on a line separate from the Hudson line where the trains derailed. It extends from New Haven to Grand Central Terminal.


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