Metro-North cancels trains with storm approaching

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Metro-North rail de-icer ready for the storm

MID-HUDSON – With a major winter storm expected to impact our region, Metro-North Railroad will be cancelling late night trains  on all of its east of Hudson lines on Monday, February 1.

If storm conditions worsen during the day, additional trains may be cancelled or combined. Customers are advised not to take unnecessary travel.

If you must travel, please use extreme caution while navigating the system, especially on outdoor platforms and stairs.

Metro-North employees will be spreading salt and clearing platforms and stairs of snow and ice, keeping signals, switches and third rail operating, removing downed trees, and attending to weather-related challenges during the storm.

For the latest service updates, customers should check, Twitter @MetroNorth, Facebook @mtamnr, our Train Time app, or call 646-252-1701.

The trains listed below will be the last to operate for the Hudson Line Monday evening February 1:

Inbound: The last train departing Poughkeepsie will leave at 9:45 p.m., arriving GCT at 11:43 p.m., and the last train departing Croton- Harmon will leave at 10:56 p.m., arriving GCT at 12:12 a.m.

Outbound: The last local train departing GCT to Croton-Harmon will leave at 11:20 p.m. The last train departing GCT to Poughkeepsie will leave at 11:43 p.m.

Metro-North customers on west of Hudson lines should be advised that NJ Transit will suspend service all day on the Pascack Valley and Port Jervis lines, effective Monday, February 1.

For schedule information and updates, please visit New Jersey Transit’s website at and continue to monitor email and social media.