Metro-North: Expect delays, alternate service on Harlem Line

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VALHALLA (AP) — Commuters should expect delays and crowded conditions on the Harlem Line following a deadly crash in Valhalla.

Metro-North says trains will operate from Wassaic to Southeast on Wednesday, where customers will be able to board a bus to Beacon on the Hudson Line.

Electric train service will operate from Brewster to Goldens Bridge. A bus shuttle will then take passengers to North White Plains where they will get back on a train.

Train service will operate normally from North White Plains and all points south.

There will not be service at Valhalla or Hawthorne. Customers should go to an alternate station.

Metro-North will cross honor tickets on the Hudson and New Haven lines. There will be free parking at Cortlandt.

For real-time updates on the Metro-North throughout the morning, log onto the MTA website.

Metro-North established a Family Assistance Center and Phone Hotline at Mount Pleasant Town Hall, 1 Town Hall Plaza in Valhalla  for those who had loved ones affected by the deadly collision. Information is also available at 1-800-METRO-INFO (800-638-7646).