Train commuters forced to use bus service

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PORT JERVIS – An advisory by Metro-North Railroad (MNR) announced that, effective Monday, August 31, and lasting through Friday, Sept. 25, train customers will be transported by bus service during the daytime, off-peak hours on weekdays between Port Jervis and Harriman stations.

Connecting bus service to trains at Harriman Station will be available at Port Jervis, Middletown, and Campbell Hall stations.

In addition, local bus service will be available at all stations including Otisville and Salisbury Mills, but will not meet train times. Customers traveling from Otisville and Salisbury Mills can travel to the closest available station, Port Jervis, Middletown, or Campbell Hall, for connecting bus service.

To view the schedule, please click here, http://web.mta.info/mnr/pdf/08-05-20_PJL-offpeak-busing-cv19_v4md.pdf

Parking will be available at connecting stations for customers with LAZ parking permits, or customers can use parking meters located at each station. Please check your destination before boarding, listen for announcements at your station and monitor www.mta.info/mnr, https://new.mta.info.

The service disruptions are the result of ongoing infrastructure work performed on the Moodna and Woodbury viaducts.

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