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Metro-North's Hudson Line Service Is Suspended While Bronx Track Repairs Continue

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Metro-North service on the Hudson Line remains suspended from Grand Central Terminal to Poughkeepsie as crews repair damage from a derailment in the Bronx from 10 days ago.

Service is only running hourly between Yonkers and Poughkeepsie.

To get to Westchester County, riders will need to take the 4 train to Woodlawn, where shuttle buses will go to Yonkers for the train heading north.

Riders will have to do the reverse to get back to the city.

The derailment of the freight train near the Spuyten-Duyvil station caused major damage to the track.

Everything is expected to be operating normally for tomorrow morning's commute.

For the latest on repairs and adjusted weekend train times, visit www.mta.info.

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