Metro-North modifies schedule with anticipated storm

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MID-HUDSON – On Tuesday, August 4, the National Weather Service predicts that Tropical Storm Isaias will reach the New York and Connecticut region.  Winds are predicted to reach 60-70 mph across our service area by 3 p.m., with the potential for downed trees and power lines across the Metro-North’s service area.

To help minimize the impact of Tropical Storm Isaias on service, Metro-North Railroad will be operating a weekend schedule on the Hudson, Harlem and New Haven Lines on Tuesday, August 4.

The railroad is also urging customers to plan to complete their travel by 3 p.m. on Tuesday. After 3 p.m., travel may be subject to service disruptions and lengthy delays.

Train cancellations and combinations are possible.

Tomorrow’s schedule will be as follows:
Hudson Line: http://web.mta.info/mnr/html/planning/schedules/pdf/HUDSON_SS_6_14_REV_7_9.pdf
Harlem Line: http://web.mta.info/mnr/html/planning/schedules/pdf/HARLEM_SS_6_14_REV_7_9.pdf (for Wassaic-Southeast, see below)
New Haven Line: http://web.mta.info/mnr/html/planning/schedules/pdf/NEWHAVEN_SS_6_14_REV_7_9.pdf
The Wassaic Branch will have train service every 2 hours. See  new.mta.info for Wassaic schedule.
Danbury Branch will have train service every 3 hours.
New Canaan Branch will have hourly service.
Waterbury Branch buses will run approximately every three hours