Metro-North Resumes Service on Hudson Line for Wednesday Commute

By Ben Fractenberg on December 3, 2013 6:31pm | Updated on December 4, 2013 8:18am

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 MTA crews repaired tracks damaged when a Metro-North train derailed Sunday.
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THE BRONX — Metro-North service on the Hudson Line was set to be nearly back to normal for the Wednesday morning commute three days after the deadly post-Thanksgiving accident, according to the MTA's website.

Riders can still expect delays up to 15 minutes throughout the line's timetable because of limited track capacity and traffic during the morning and evening rush hours.

Hudson Rail Link bus service will run to Spuyten Duyvil, but there will be no parking at the station because of the ongoing NTSB investigation.

Here's a listing of trains that will be combined, according to the MTA:

-The 7:15 a.m. from Scarborough to Grand Central Terminal is combined with the 7:16 a.m. train from Croton-Harmon, which will make all stops of both trains.

-The 7:37 a.m. from Ossining to Grand Central Terminal is combined with the 7:40 a.m. train from Croton-Harmon, which will make all stops of both trains.

-The 8:45 a.m. train from Greystone to Grand Central Terminal is combined with the 8:22 a.m. train from Croton-Harmon, which will make all stops of both trains.

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