Get the Latest Transit Info: LIRR and Metro-North Railroad Begin Providing Limited Service
Earlier, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad will begin operating on limited schedules. Read the latest below from the MTA.
Long Island Rail Road
Starting at 2 PM today, Wednesday, October 31, LIRR will begin operating hourly train service between Jamaica and Atlantic Terminal/Brooklyn. Beginning tomorrow, customers will be able to connect to shuttle buses from Barclays Center to Manhattan. Off-peak fares will be in effect on LIRR trains until full service is restored and no onboard penalty fees will be charged. Monitor news reports or visitwww.mta.info for more info as it becomes available.
As of 2 PM, Metro-North will be able to restore limited service on its Harlem Line between North White Plains and Grand Central Terminal. The service will operate every hour. See the special schedule. Today, off-peak fares will be in effect.
Hudson and New Haven Line service remains suspended. All Metro-North customers should hold onto their October monthly and weekly tickets; they will be valid for travel through Monday, November 5. Grand Central Terminal will reopen to the public by 2 PM as well.