Bus Service for Metro-North Commuters Following Derailment

About 26,000 people use the Hudson line on an average weekday

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    The Metropolitan Transit Authority is providing shuttle buses and urging commuters who can to work from home following a train derailment on Metro-North's Hudson line that killed four and injured dozens. Brynn Gingras reports. (Published Monday, Dec 2, 2013)

    The MTA is providing shuttle buses and urges commuters to work from home if possible following a train derailment on Metro-North's Hudson line that killed four and injured dozens.

    There is limited service on the Hudson line, the MTA says. 
     
    Shuttle buses will transport commuters traveling on the Hudson line of the Metro-North commuter railroad between the Tarrytown and White Plains stations beginning early Monday morning, the authority said. Buses will also be used between the Yonkers station and the 242nd Street terminus of the local Broadway subway stop.

    Deadly Metro-North Derailment To Impact Monday Morning Commute

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    All Metro-North trains between Tarrytown and Grand Central were suspended Sunday after a deadly derailment in the Bronx, and Monday's commute will be affected as well. Brynn Gingras reports. (Published Sunday, Dec 1, 2013)

    For all the latest changes, visit the MTA's website.

    Early Monday, the first trains on the line arrived on time at the Yonkers station, and more than 100 commuters got off the train and onto shuttle buses. 

    About 26,000 people use the Hudson line on an average weekday.

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