Friday, May 19, 2017




Upper Harlem Line track improvements this weekend

NEW YORK – MTA Metro-North Railroad crews will perform $100,000 in track improvement work on the Upper Harlem Line between Wassaic and Southeast this coming weekend. The purpose is to ensure the ongoing reliability and safety of the railroad.  Workers will improve the Corbin Road railroad crossing in Pawling, replacing the crossing surface, rails and ties, and elsewhere along the tracks they will cut brush and weld rail joints.

Buses will substitute for trains on the Harlem Line at the seven stations between Southeast and Wassaic after 10 p.m. on Friday, May 9 through Sunday, May 21. Normal train service will resume with the first scheduled train on Monday, May 22.

Train service at the 31 stations between Grand Central and Southeast will not be affected.

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