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MTA Says Train Snafu Could Be “3 Weeks”

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With transit and government officials telling us the situation could take 2-3 weeks to resolve, here are some links to help you and the other 40,000 train commuters cope with the power failure that disrupted Metro-North Wednesday.

The railroad’s advisory  bluntly suggests, “Customers are strongly encouraged to stay home or should seek alternate service.”

Metro-North has devised network of buses and diesel trains, but the service (see map or description) will be slow, infrequent, fragmented and very crowded, and can only help a third of the red line’s ridership.

Some commuters can drive to a nearby Harlem line station. If you drive into the city, prepare for heavy traffic.  The United Nations General Assembly is still closing streets.

photo: Elizabeth Pollaert


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