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There are residual delays for anyone traveling into New York City as a result of Sunday's Metro North train derailment. YNN's Alexandra Weishaupt has the latest from the Poughkeepsie Metro North station.
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. -- Commuters heading south to New York City are expected to have a longer commute following Sunday's derailment in the Bronx.
Metro North's Hudson Line is available on Monday, but it is operating with very limited service. To accommodate Hudson Line commuters, New Jersey Transit will cross honor Hudson Line tickets on the Port Jervis line. Travelers will have to transfer to Seacaucus or Hoboken to continue to Penn Station.
Anyone who normally travels on the Hudson Line is also encouraged to ride the Harlem Line. Amtrak service has reopened to New York City. MTA Bus will provide a shuttle between the Yonkers station and the 242nd Street terminus of the Broadway local subway until further notice. New York City Subways will also be operating two extra local trains per hour during the peak periods.
"I usually take this train straight to Grand Central and then from there, into work, but now I have to make all these changes and then I had to get up at a different time because I live in Kingston, so I had to drive all the way down here and get up much earlier," said Virginia Barden, a commuter.
Metro North officials will be on hand to assist commuters with any changes, or transfers.
Busy morning at Grand Central Terminal
YNN's Roger Clark has the latest on the Monday morning commute at Grand Central Station one day after the Metro North train derailment.
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