Commuter mess begins following deadly Metro-North derailment

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MANHATTAN (PIX11) — Its a messy Monday morning commute.

Hudson Line service between Tarrytown and Grand Central will remain suspended until further notice due to the train derailment.

Shuttle Bus service is being provided between White Plains and Tarrytown Stations for customers wishing to travel in and out of Grand Central.

MTA Metro-North Railroad starting at 5 a.m. Monday, MTA Bus will provide a bus shuttle between the Yonkers Station and the 242nd Street of the Broadway #1 local subway.

New York City Subways will operate two additional #1 local trains per hour during the morning rush.

Hudson Line will continue to be cross-honored on the subway. 26,000 people who use the Hudson Line on an average weekday are should ride the Harlem Line instead.

Shuttle buses that left the Yonkers station were packed Monday morning.


The MTA is setting up shuttles and making accommodations for commuters. (PIX11)

People who don’t have to travel are encouraged to carpool or telecommute if possible.

Anyone who needs information can call 511 or 877-690-5114 and speak to a representative.